He or she is the most wonderful person you have met. Everything seems perfect, nearly too good to be true.
You are truly happy; your glow is visible from miles away. All of your friends love this new person in your life, aside from one or two skeptics. Regardless, you try to convince yourself that the naysayers are wrong.
Time passes and the relationship has begun to plateau, even decline. Over time, the thoughts of those skeptical friends begin to resonate even more deeply. Still, something in you is crying for you to hold on, to not give up just yet.
Mekh, you should love Yourself First
Healthy relationships occur between two people who are comfortable with themselves, in addition to one another. Love only develops after making your own happiness a top priority.
The majority of us are so scared to accept our flaws that we often fall in love while in relationships for the wrong reasons.
Whether it is to battle loneliness, settle down to appeal to comfort or to ease away pain, happiness means much more when it’s obtained as a result of working toward becoming the person you want to be.
It’s easy to say I love you , then to live up to ones commitment of loving that person for eternity.
So don’t say such words “I have always loved you”