1. Don’t rush things. Take the time to really get to know each other.
2. Focus on positivity rather than negativity. Getting angry quickly or being harsh and critical will undermine and ruin even strong relationships. In contrast, being kind and gentle will help develop love.
3. Appreciate the little things the other person does. Don’t overlook their efforts; don’t just expect their help.
4. Enjoy the ways you’re different – and not clones of one another. It makes things interesting (and creates healthy space).
5. Don’t get into a rut so that you’re bored when you’re together. Keeping doing something different, or keep trying something new.
6. Learn how to be listener, someone who’s understanding, and helps their partner open up and share what’s bothering them.
7. Be loyal and committed, so trust can be established - that helps you both feel safe, and it will grow a strong, deep love.
my heart says yes but my mom says no
Kiko is my cutie pie
Instead of saying motherfucker you can just say Oedipus
Half our generation wouldn’t even understand that
yes you are right the thousands of notes on this post prove how ignorant our generation is. only you are intelligent. you are the chosen one.
only real Ancient Greek kids would understand
reblog if ur a tru 650BC kid
don’t forget to work up a little “seriously?” sneer as you squint
That will destroy him. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
I don’t know, it kind of seems like a dick move if you ask me.
reblogging for that ^
you know what’s a dick move? men not realising how degrading it is to have someone stare at your breasts, making women feel like sex toys on display, like their words are meaningless as the person they are talking to only seems to be interested in what their body has to offer. that’s a dick move.
excuse me i think u missed the joke there