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Are you ready to endure the challenges of a relationship

Endurance goes a long way
Endurance goes a long way
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If you are in a relationship you know how challenging it can be.

If you have been in the relationship for a while then you definitely know about the ins and out and ups and downs it takes to stay in a relationship for the long haul.

For all of the single individuals looking to get into a relationship, are you really ready to endure what it takes to stay in a relationship?

When you talk to couples who have been married for an extended period of time depending on what they have been through together will determine what they say they did to make their relationship last. For some it was not going to bed mad. They will work out their issues before they go to bed. In other words they would kiss and make up.

For others it was something so simple as listening to each other and working together on the solutions to their problems. They would both agree upon what they felt they should do and mutually take responsibility for their decisions. The most important thing is they would not blame the other if things didn't work out.

Since their is no such thing as being happy all the time there are definitely days where as an individual you can just have a bad day. The key to getting through it, not taking it personal when your spouse is having one of those days and being supportive and giving them their space. After being together for a while you will just know what to do.

The most important thing about endurance in a relationship is being realistic about time.

As time goes on the longer you are with a person the more you will see them change. From growing old to the possibility of sickness the best thing is honoring your commitment to be there.

One of the best things about endurance, the blessing that come along with being with that special person in sickness and in health until death do you part. It really doesn't get any better than that.

Are you in an enduring relationship?

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