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Expectations in relationships.

Expectations in relationships.
Having too many expectations in any relationship is a very,very bad thing but whats even worse is having unrealistic expectations of the person you supposedly love. With certain obligations placed on the relationship its very possible to strain it, and strain it pretty quickly (strain is always a bad thing!). The problem lies not with having expectations, but some peoples attempt at having such a perfect relationship, that they tend to put a cage around the love instead of letting it roam free and find its own way. realistic expectations that are mutually agreed upon will always be the best route to take in a healthy relationship (It makes life so much easier).    


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