No Woman (or Man) No Cry (Dating Philosophy) – How many out there are really in a happy relationship or is it all relative?

A good relationship. Yes, sometimes he is right. Sometimes I am. We may disagree, but we still respect each other. Some things we shall never agree on, but we still have love and respect. We just don’t bring up those things. Why argue a subject neither of us will ever change our minds on.


I’ve always wondered what constitutes a happy relationship? 

I know that real relationships take effort, time and commitment. A happy relationships doesn’t just happen because two people love each very much, great relationships happen because not only do two people love each other very much, they also value one another and are willing to make an investment of time and energy into building a happy relationship – day after day.

Couples in healthy and positive relationships have a fundamental understanding of the proper and appropriate expectations for a stable and long-lasting relationship. They understand that not all days will be full or passion and romance. Similarly, they understand that rough spots in a relationship may only be temporary if good communication is present to work through these times.

But is it all relative to everyone? What may work for you in your relationship, may not work in another relationship?

What are your…

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