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Fucking, Honeymoon, and Life: doritofalls jadeykitties Follow lord-kitschener Sure, relationships typically start with a honeymoon phase that then grows into something deeper but a bit more mellow if things work out, but it's depressing as fuck that this has turned into a really, really common script for straight relationships that says it's totally normal and inevitable for dudes to just become more and more emotionally checked out of the relationship, and leave it to their girlfriend/wife to perform if she wants to get even a crumb of affection from him. I'm so fucking tired of seeing women constantly being taught that decades of emotional neglect is just our lot in life. yardsards what "getting out of the honeymoon phase" should mean: you aren't joined at the hip anymore and can spend time apart, but you still greatly enjoy eachother's company and deliberately make time to be together. you're not just a unit, you're a matched set (like, you're susan and bob rather than susanandbob). you start to see eachother's flaws and don't put eachother on a pedestal but instead love eachother as human beings, flaws and all. what it should NOT mean: you barely talk anymore. you feel like two completely different people, tied together by a frayed thread. you're annoyed by eachother's flaws and don't like to be around eachother cumaeansibyl similarly: "relationships are hard, they take a lot of work" means that cooperation on a daily basis in both the practical and emotional realms takes conscious effort. you can't coast on those honeymoon feelings forever, and you aren't psychic, so you have to pay attention and communicate so you can honor each other's wants and needs. it should not mean that you're fighting every two days or walking on eggshells to avoid the anger of an unreasonable partner or breaking your back trying to get the slightest sign of affection or respect from someone who's checked out and doesn't care about you. agayworthfightingfor This is so, so important. Dont keep investing in a relationship thats not giving back. You deserve to be heard, you deserve at the very least communication. Source: lord-kitschener 120,247 notes X Cancel V Capture honeymoon
Fucking, Honeymoon, and Life: doritofalls jadeykitties Follow
 lord-kitschener
 Sure, relationships typically start with a honeymoon phase that then grows into
 something deeper but a bit more mellow if things work out, but it's depressing
 as fuck that this has turned into a really, really common script for straight
 relationships that says it's totally normal and inevitable for dudes to just
 become more and more emotionally checked out of the relationship, and leave
 it to their girlfriend/wife to perform if she wants to get even a crumb of affection
 from him. I'm so fucking tired of seeing women constantly being taught that
 decades of emotional neglect is just our lot in life.
 yardsards
 what "getting out of the honeymoon phase" should mean: you aren't joined at
 the hip anymore and can spend time apart, but you still greatly enjoy
 eachother's company and deliberately make time to be together. you're not
 just a unit, you're a matched set (like, you're susan and bob rather than
 susanandbob). you start to see eachother's flaws and don't put eachother on a
 pedestal but instead love eachother as human beings, flaws and all.
 what it should NOT mean: you barely talk anymore. you feel like two
 completely different people, tied together by a frayed thread. you're annoyed
 by eachother's flaws and don't like to be around eachother
 cumaeansibyl
 similarly: "relationships are hard, they take a lot of work" means that
 cooperation on a daily basis in both the practical and emotional realms takes
 conscious effort. you can't coast on those honeymoon feelings forever, and
 you aren't psychic, so you have to pay attention and communicate so you can
 honor each other's wants and needs.
 it should not mean that you're fighting every two days or walking on eggshells
 to avoid the anger of an unreasonable partner or breaking your back trying to
 get the slightest sign of affection or respect from someone who's checked out
 and doesn't care about you.
 agayworthfightingfor
 This is so, so important. Dont keep investing in a relationship thats not giving
 back. You deserve to be heard, you deserve at the very least communication.
 Source: lord-kitschener
 120,247 notes
 X Cancel
 V Capture
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