You have to be able to be happy on your own first." "Just because you love each other does not mean that you're good together long-term," writes abqkat.
"I love pizza, I loved my high school sweetheart - both make my stomach feel bad and I should have no part in either." Meanwhile, It All Began Witha Burst shares wisdom from their mom: "The problem is that love isn't enough. There may be times you don't feel like you love each other, like you're so hurt or angry that you can't stand the sight of the other.
"Reason being, it keeps us from sitting on something till it blows up.
And if you don't bring it up in 1 day, it's obviously not important enough to fight over." "Once you're in a long-term relationship/marriage, never stop dating your SO," writes Bandof Donkeys.
"They don't bare their fangs and leap in there; they're very considered." An anonymous user shares another piece of conflict-related advice, based on a strategy they use in their marriage: "My wife and I have a 24 hour rule.
"But if you're both committed to the relationship, to the promises you made, then you'll work through it and you'll become stronger.
Love without commitment just isn't enough." "Practically everyone has a relationship that looks perfect from the outside looking in," writes Brawndo TTM.
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