Q:What is your favorite color? Are you the type of person that would put their cat in a harness and put a leash on it? Do you like candles? Can you swim? Do you love me more?
Depends on what the color is on or for. Yes I am. Yes I do. I can give it a good try, but sadly no. And yes I do.
Q:What makes a strong and healthy relationship?
Oooh this is a great question, thank you anon.
I think relationships are subjective; people are different and have different needs, expectations etc. That being said, for me personally I think a strong relationship is built upon the foundation of two independent people who have a desire to share their lives together. A good relationship relies on you having a good understanding of who you’re with: their quirks, their needs, their goals, what they like/don’t like, blah blah. Communication is huge. If you’re mad, sad, happy, upset, jealous, angry, SAY SO. Don’t rely on your partner to read your mind, and don’t be passive aggressive. Don’t fake any aspect of who you are around them, that shit takes way too much effort and eventually you’re going to get tired of not being able to be yourself. If you two can’t be friends, than your relationship is never going to work. Compromise is huge; expect to make sacrifices to make it work. You’re never going to always get what you want nor are they. Expect change. You both will change, and change, and change. Learn to adapt to change and grow with your partner. Don’t expect them to be the person you initially fell in love with; that’s unfair to them and you’re just going to be left disappointed. Honesty, obviously. Trust. Those can be so hard, but they’re so important. Don’t rely on your partner to be able to survive. They could get struck by lightning or die of a rare bacterial infection or get hit by a bus at any moment, you gotta be able to do and be you on your own. I could probably write a 12 page essay but I think those are the most important things, so I’ll leave it at that.
someone send me messages or ask me questions. you can even send me hate, i don’t care