September 5th, 2013
An Ideal Relationship
Every single person has encountered a relationship with someone. Whether it’s with family members, friends, colleagues, or medically with a doctor. There is a specific type of relationship called an “ideal relationship.” It takes two people that love each other unconditionally; it does not matter what he/she has done, the love is a constant one-hundred-percent present.
Characteristics of an ideal relationship in my judgment are: loyalty, trustworthiness, dependability, honesty, and faith. These two people demonstrate selfless love; they have a way of making you smile and laugh. They make you feel comfortable in your own skin just by being in their presence as well. They can talk with and understand each other with compassion leaving grudges behind. They can fight like enemies but at the end of the day, they put each other’s flaws aside and rekindle just by a small gesture of an, “I’m sorry”, “I love you”, or a carton of Ben & Jerry’s ice-cream. Ideal relationships are difficult to find and maintain. However, once you can distinguish and feel the qualities I believe makes an ideal relationship, you will know you have one right in front of you.
In the midst of what I believe, I decided to research scientific observations on how to create an ideal relationship. They listed ten specific qualities. The first is to have the ability to love. The most amazing gift on earth is to love someone and in return, loved back. However, you really cannot get love unless you give it sincerely to your partner. To develop a strong base in your relationship, love without conditions. Secondly is to trust your partner. To get your partner’s trustworthiness means to also become the trusted one by yourself. Thirdly, understand what it means to be in an ideal relationship. If you are thinking that in an ideal relationship there is no misunderstanding, you are wrong! Ups and...
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