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Relationships, like anything else worth having in life, take work.
This does not mean that you should be bending over backward and causing riffs in all other aspects of your life in order to make a relationship work.
Being in love does not mean you won’t be moody, grouchy, analytical of every detail and even question aspects of your relationship that self-affirming blogger girl would tell you marks a giant red flag.
Choosing to love someone in spite of these fleeting feelings is a constant, conscious, daily decision.
Relationships have enough problems, struggles and limitations independently; don’t borrow problems from those around you.
I am fortune enough to be surrounded by so many amazing (absolutely imperfect) relationships that have allowed me to piece together a few secrets that no one (especially the self-righteous, naïve, advice-soliciting blogger I used to be) would dare tell you.
The grass is greener where you water it, and love grows fullest when watered on a daily basis.
Social media makes this concept very difficult, as many people are conditioned to turn directly to a tweet, status or hashtag to declare their feelings and emotions at any given moment.
I created my future in an imaginary crystal ball, and I was ready to ride off into the sunset into all my happily-ever-after, fairytale bliss.
The only problem with all of this is that I typically shared my unsolicited advice while single, avoiding love like the plague, or in a terribly toxic relationship.