That's usually the problem with rushed relationships.People like to think that just because they know someone and love someone that their relationship can last the way a true partnership will. They are for couples who have waded their way through all the bullsh*t and landed on something stronger than just a relationship.General public attitudes towards online dating have become much more positive in recent years, and social networking sites are now playing a prominent role when it comes to navigating and documenting romantic relationships.
They are two people trying to make something together — never just two people who don’t know how to be alone.
The instability of relationships comes from the opaqueness of feelings.
They are rarely formed because most people don’t want to take the time to get there.
Most couples give up on the idea of crème brûlée before they even attempt it.
You can be as unstable and as unclear as the relationship you're in.
You can be in a relationship with someone completely wrong for you, entering in what is known as a “destructive relationship.”Partnerships can never be destructive, however, because in order to be in a partnership, you’ve cast all those destructive tendencies in for not just a stronger relationship, but a stronger person. Lauren Martin is a Senior Lifestyle Writer at Elite Daily.
Relationships collapse because, like crème brûlée, if you don't have the patience and experience, there's just no holding it together.
Partnerships take time, practice and complete trust.
Ever wonder why there are so many cookies and cupcakes out there?
Those chemical feelings you get when you're with someone are most often confused for love.
Not everyone can find something more stable than the people inside it. I like to look at relationships as the building blocks to partnerships.