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  • When you first fall in love, you look at your partner and know that you fell in love with the similarities that you both share. You see him or her as a mirror image of yourself, almost like instead of two people…you are one.

    After months of being together almost completely non-stop, you begin to fight. Not because you don’t love each other, but because the things you once thought you loved about them, almost feel like they don’t exist anymore. Instead of one complete person, you are now two completely different people.

    Arguing about what has changed in your relationship is hard, and this is when most relationships end. You then realize that nothing has changed, you just learned more about the other person so it seems like everything that once existed in unity between you is gone, and nothing is left but emptiness but in reality, you are just closer than you were to begin with.
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