By Charm Villalon Anyone who has been in a relationship will agree that love is just one of the many factors needed for any commitment to work and stand the test of time. In other words, even if we genuinely love someone, the realities of life have a way of reminding us that nothing is ever simple — especially when it comes to the matters of the heart. Asking the right questions and seeking advice from the right people can give you more chances of finally finding the answers to what really makes a relationship work. Being mature is a skill that one should learn and cannot be acquired instinctively. So what does it mean to be mature especially if you are in a commitment? To answer this question, read on and discover the ways to be more mature in a relationship.
Difference Between A Mature Relationship And An Immature Relationship
Love isn't something you fall for; it's something you rise for. Falling denotes lowering oneself, dropping down and being stuck somewhere lower than where you started. You have to get up from falling. Love isn't like that — at least not with people who are doing it right. Immature couples fall; mature couples coast. Because love is either a passing game, or it's forever.
Posted on October 11, by John. I will never meet anyone like you or even nearly like you again. And I will cherish and honor and appreciate that uniqueness as best as I can, as often as I can, for as long as I live. I love you.
We believe Real Love makes you want to spend every waking second next to your significant other, that it makes you jealous and deeply afraid that one misstep might cause you to lose the object of such passion. Real Love, first of all, is not a thing. Here are the signs you have one: 1.