je55ie Posted February 23, 2012 Share Posted February 23, 2012 I've been looking at a lot of relationship studies lately that come down to the same thing: loosing confidence in a relationship is often enough in itself to destroy a relationship // the biggest common factor in relationships that last is that neither person ever considers breaking up. My own friends, who've been happily married for long periods of time, they "just knew" they'd found "the one" shortly after they met them. Do you agree? Is trust that a relationship will work more important that all the other components of a successful relationship? If so, what hope can someone like me have, who nearly doubts everything? I flip flop on where to live, what color my hair should be, what job to have. I make no decisions with conviction or certainty. Don't us unconfident people deserve lasting relationships, too? Link to comment
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