Strive for Relationship Realities Not Relationship Goals

blog pic10It’s amazing how women can become so invested in television. Or books or movies, you name it. There have been times where we have sat and watched The Walking Dead and she got teary eyed over a zombie tearing away at someone. Making fun of her, calling her a baby. Her laughing, wiping tears, telling you to shut up. Relationship Realities.

blog pic8Couples have silly fights right? Well we had two recently that lead to WW3 and you know what they started over? Me watching the first episode of House of Cards without her and me getting her a tuna sub from Subway. This is going to add to me sucking as a boyfriend but I had no idea she watched House of Cards or didn’t eat tuna. After we yelled and threatened to disable Netflix we laughed about it. Now I know and knowing is half the battle. It’s dope learning new things about someone you adore.

blog pic7I may have one of the worst immune systems known to mankind. When I get sick I stay sick forever! I’ve been to the doctor to make sure there’s not a bigger problem going on but I guess I’m just a sucker for runny noses and scratchy throats. Romantic dates, holding hands on Christmas Eve in the mall. Those are all cool. You never reach that level of trust until you see someone sick. Warm vomit hitting your hand because you’re late with the trash can.Dirty tissues, chapped lips. It’s not for the faint of hearts but it’s growth and it’s reality.

blog pic6Dumb fights are the staple of most relationships. You are literally huffing and puffing and vowing to go to war and two hours later you can’t even remember what you were fighting over. Two hours later she’s lying under you on the couch when there’s furniture everywhere else in the house but she’s only trying to be where you are.

blog pic4Laughing is good for the soul. That’s all.

4 thoughts on “Strive for Relationship Realities Not Relationship Goals

  1. I really loved this. I was just talking to someone about how little spats are nothing worth ending (or starting) a relationship over. Its awesome to think that one day, you’ll still be in love with learning something new

  2. Reblogged this on mind JO business and commented:
    Support Sunday Ep07: Yesterday was crazy busy for me so I missed my Reblog Support Sunday. Can you pretend today is yesterday for me? lol. This piece by Demez really hit home. Mainly because I was just talking to a friend about how little spats are nothing worth ending (or not starting) a relationship over. They are healthy and can even teach you something new about the person you’ve grown to love. When you care about someone, you can’t fear the spats. Embrace them as much as you embrace the good times with them. Please enjoy this read!

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