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ikea furniture: Don't commit long term to someone until you've seen them stuck in traffic. Until you've witnessed them dealing with slow internet connection, building an IKEA furniture set, or disappointed from their favorite team's loss. Don't marry until you've seen them completely drunk, waiting for food in a restaurant for entirely too long, or watched them search for their phone or car keys in a panic. Before you say yes to forever, see them angry. See them sick, scared, and focused. Notice when and what they want, when they lose, their patience is tested, and when they are stressed. You can't really change someone, but you can reveal them. Sometimes people didn't actually change later down the line. Perhaps you just never really knew who they truly were. ladylike-foxes: embyrr922: cali-cocaine: this is good I’d just like to add, see how they behave when they’re angry/frustrated/exhausted, and if you see something that concerns you, wait until they’re calm, and then talk to them about it. My husband used to yell when he got frustrated, but after I explained to him that I found it upsetting, he stopped yelling and started consciously working on asking for help before he got to that level of frustration. When I’m upset over something, or just in a bad mood, I tend to withdraw. My husband explained to me that it makes him feel like I’m mad at him, so now when I need some space, I’ll tell him what I’m upset about, or that I’m in a bad mood for no particular reason, and I need to be alone for a little while. See your friends and partners at their worst, but don’t assume that their worst is immutable. If someone loves and cares about you, they’ll try to accommodate you to the best of their ability. ^^^^This is the best advice I’ve ever seen on this site, and it is so important. Communication is everything, and is 80% of the reason my husband and I have such a healthy, strong, and supportive relationship.
ikea furniture: Don't commit long term to someone until you've seen them
 stuck in traffic. Until you've witnessed them dealing with
 slow internet connection, building an IKEA furniture set, or
 disappointed from their favorite team's loss. Don't marry
 until you've seen them completely drunk, waiting for food in
 a restaurant for entirely too long, or watched them search
 for their phone or car keys in a panic. Before you say yes to
 forever, see them angry. See them sick, scared, and
 focused. Notice when and what they want, when they lose,
 their patience is tested, and when they are stressed. You
 can't really change someone, but you can reveal them.
 Sometimes people didn't actually change later down the
 line. Perhaps you just never really knew who they truly
 were.
ladylike-foxes:

embyrr922:

cali-cocaine:
this is good

I’d just like to add, see how they behave when they’re angry/frustrated/exhausted, and if you see something that concerns you, wait until they’re calm, and then talk to them about it. 
My husband used to yell when he got frustrated, but after I explained to him that I found it upsetting, he stopped yelling and started consciously working on asking for help before he got to that level of frustration. 
When I’m upset over something, or just in a bad mood, I tend to withdraw. My husband explained to me that it makes him feel like I’m mad at him, so now when I need some space, I’ll tell him what I’m upset about, or that I’m in a bad mood for no particular reason, and I need to be alone for a little while. 
See your friends and partners at their worst, but don’t assume that their worst is immutable. If someone loves and cares about you, they’ll try to accommodate you to the best of their ability.


^^^^This is the best advice I’ve ever seen on this site, and it is so important. Communication is everything, and is 80% of the reason my husband and I have such a healthy, strong, and supportive relationship.

ladylike-foxes: embyrr922: cali-cocaine: this is good I’d just like to add, see how they behave when they’re angry/frustrated/exhauste...

ikea furniture: Don't commit long term to someone until you've seen them stuck in traffic. Until you've witnessed them dealing with slow internet connection, building an IKEA furniture set, or disappointed from their favorite team's loss. Don't marry until you've seen them completely drunk, waiting for food in a restaurant for entirely too long, or watched them search for their phone or car keys in a panic. Before you say yes to forever, see them angry. See them sick, scared, and focused. Notice when and what they want, when they lose, their patience is tested, and when they are stressed. You can't really change someone, but you can reveal them. Sometimes people didn't actually change later down the line. Perhaps you just never really knew who they truly were. ladylike-foxes: embyrr922: cali-cocaine: this is good I’d just like to add, see how they behave when they’re angry/frustrated/exhausted, and if you see something that concerns you, wait until they’re calm, and then talk to them about it. My husband used to yell when he got frustrated, but after I explained to him that I found it upsetting, he stopped yelling and started consciously working on asking for help before he got to that level of frustration. When I’m upset over something, or just in a bad mood, I tend to withdraw. My husband explained to me that it makes him feel like I’m mad at him, so now when I need some space, I’ll tell him what I’m upset about, or that I’m in a bad mood for no particular reason, and I need to be alone for a little while. See your friends and partners at their worst, but don’t assume that their worst is immutable. If someone loves and cares about you, they’ll try to accommodate you to the best of their ability. ^^^^This is the best advice I’ve ever seen on this site, and it is so important. Communication is everything, and is 80% of the reason my husband and I have such a healthy, strong, and supportive relationship.
ikea furniture: Don't commit long term to someone until you've seen them
 stuck in traffic. Until you've witnessed them dealing with
 slow internet connection, building an IKEA furniture set, or
 disappointed from their favorite team's loss. Don't marry
 until you've seen them completely drunk, waiting for food in
 a restaurant for entirely too long, or watched them search
 for their phone or car keys in a panic. Before you say yes to
 forever, see them angry. See them sick, scared, and
 focused. Notice when and what they want, when they lose,
 their patience is tested, and when they are stressed. You
 can't really change someone, but you can reveal them.
 Sometimes people didn't actually change later down the
 line. Perhaps you just never really knew who they truly
 were.
ladylike-foxes:

embyrr922:

cali-cocaine:
this is good

I’d just like to add, see how they behave when they’re angry/frustrated/exhausted, and if you see something that concerns you, wait until they’re calm, and then talk to them about it. 
My husband used to yell when he got frustrated, but after I explained to him that I found it upsetting, he stopped yelling and started consciously working on asking for help before he got to that level of frustration. 
When I’m upset over something, or just in a bad mood, I tend to withdraw. My husband explained to me that it makes him feel like I’m mad at him, so now when I need some space, I’ll tell him what I’m upset about, or that I’m in a bad mood for no particular reason, and I need to be alone for a little while. 
See your friends and partners at their worst, but don’t assume that their worst is immutable. If someone loves and cares about you, they’ll try to accommodate you to the best of their ability.


^^^^This is the best advice I’ve ever seen on this site, and it is so important. Communication is everything, and is 80% of the reason my husband and I have such a healthy, strong, and supportive relationship.

ladylike-foxes: embyrr922: cali-cocaine: this is good I’d just like to add, see how they behave when they’re angry/frustrated/exhauste...

ikea furniture: Don't commit long term to someone until you've seen them stuck in traffic. Until you've witnessed them dealing with slow internet connection, building an IKEA furniture set, or disappointed from their favorite team's loss. Don't marry until you've seen them completely drunk, waiting for food in a restaurant for entirely too long, or watched them search for their phone or car keys in a panic. Before you say yes to forever, see them angry. See them sick, scared, and focused. Notice when and what they want, when they lose, their patience is tested, and when they are stressed. You can't really change someone, but you can reveal them Sometimes people didn't actually change later down the line. Perhaps you just never really knew who they truly were. embyrr922: call-cocaine: this is good I'd just like to add, see how they behave when they're angry/frustrated/exhausted, and if you see something that concerns you, wait until they're calm, and then talk to them about it. My husband used to yell when he got frustrated, but afterl explained to him that I found it upsetting, he stopped yelling and started consciously working on asking for help before he got to that level of frustration. When I'm upset over something, or just in a bad mood, I tend to withdraw. My husband explained to me that it makes him feel ike I'm mad at him, so now when I need some space, I'll tell him what I'm upset about, or that I'm in a bad mood for no particular reason, and I need to be alone for a little while. See your friends and partners at their worst, but don't assume that their worst is immutable. If someone loves and cares about you, they'll try to accommodate you to the best of their ability. Relationship advice
ikea furniture: Don't commit long term to someone until you've seen them
 stuck in traffic. Until you've witnessed them dealing with
 slow internet connection, building an IKEA furniture set, or
 disappointed from their favorite team's loss. Don't marry
 until you've seen them completely drunk, waiting for food in
 a restaurant for entirely too long, or watched them search
 for their phone or car keys in a panic. Before you say yes to
 forever, see them angry. See them sick, scared, and
 focused. Notice when and what they want, when they lose,
 their patience is tested, and when they are stressed. You
 can't really change someone, but you can reveal them
 Sometimes people didn't actually change later down the
 line. Perhaps you just never really knew who they truly
 were.
 embyrr922:
 call-cocaine:
 this is good
 I'd just like to add, see how they behave when they're
 angry/frustrated/exhausted, and if you see something that
 concerns you, wait until they're calm, and then talk to them
 about it.
 My husband used to yell when he got frustrated, but afterl
 explained to him that I found it upsetting, he stopped yelling and
 started consciously working on asking for help before he got to
 that level of frustration.
 When I'm upset over something, or just in a bad mood, I tend to
 withdraw. My husband explained to me that it makes him feel
 ike I'm mad at him, so now when I need some space, I'll tell him
 what I'm upset about, or that I'm in a bad mood for no particular
 reason, and I need to be alone for a little while.
 See your friends and partners at their worst, but don't assume
 that their worst is immutable. If someone loves and cares about
 you, they'll try to accommodate you to the best of their ability.
Relationship advice

Relationship advice

ikea furniture: Don't commit long term to someone until you've seen them stuck in traffic. Until you've witnessed them dealing with slow internet connection, building an IKEA furniture set, or disappointed from their favorite team's loss. Don't marry until you've seen them completely drunk, waiting for food in a restaurant for entirely too long, or watched them search for their phone or car keys in a panic. Before you say yes to forever, see them angry. See them sick, scared, and focused. Notice when and what they want, when they lose, their patience is tested, and when they are stressed. You can't really change someone, but you can reveal them Sometimes people didn't actually change later down the line. Perhaps you just never really knew who they truly were. embyrr922: call-cocaine: this is good I'd just like to add, see how they behave when they're angry/frustrated/exhausted, and if you see something that concerns you, wait until they're calm, and then talk to them about it. My husband used to yell when he got frustrated, but afterl explained to him that I found it upsetting, he stopped yelling and started consciously working on asking for help before he got to that level of frustration. When I'm upset over something, or just in a bad mood, I tend to withdraw. My husband explained to me that it makes him feel ike I'm mad at him, so now when I need some space, I'll tell him what I'm upset about, or that I'm in a bad mood for no particular reason, and I need to be alone for a little while. See your friends and partners at their worst, but don't assume that their worst is immutable. If someone loves and cares about you, they'll try to accommodate you to the best of their ability. Relationship advice
ikea furniture: Don't commit long term to someone until you've seen them
 stuck in traffic. Until you've witnessed them dealing with
 slow internet connection, building an IKEA furniture set, or
 disappointed from their favorite team's loss. Don't marry
 until you've seen them completely drunk, waiting for food in
 a restaurant for entirely too long, or watched them search
 for their phone or car keys in a panic. Before you say yes to
 forever, see them angry. See them sick, scared, and
 focused. Notice when and what they want, when they lose,
 their patience is tested, and when they are stressed. You
 can't really change someone, but you can reveal them
 Sometimes people didn't actually change later down the
 line. Perhaps you just never really knew who they truly
 were.
 embyrr922:
 call-cocaine:
 this is good
 I'd just like to add, see how they behave when they're
 angry/frustrated/exhausted, and if you see something that
 concerns you, wait until they're calm, and then talk to them
 about it.
 My husband used to yell when he got frustrated, but afterl
 explained to him that I found it upsetting, he stopped yelling and
 started consciously working on asking for help before he got to
 that level of frustration.
 When I'm upset over something, or just in a bad mood, I tend to
 withdraw. My husband explained to me that it makes him feel
 ike I'm mad at him, so now when I need some space, I'll tell him
 what I'm upset about, or that I'm in a bad mood for no particular
 reason, and I need to be alone for a little while.
 See your friends and partners at their worst, but don't assume
 that their worst is immutable. If someone loves and cares about
 you, they'll try to accommodate you to the best of their ability.
Relationship advice

Relationship advice