Personal Post: slightly
It was our experience.. however I am sure M A N Y couples can relate.
You know when you think things are going well, you think you’re on the same page and then a day hits where you don’t seem to understand the other person’s mood?
You try to figure it out and somehow things 𝓢𝓷𝓸𝔀𝓫𝓪𝓵𝓵 𝓔𝓯𝓯𝓮𝓬𝓽? In relationships with others, especially significant others, we must be cautious to place value and respect in our partners perceptions as they vary (as our own do) from day to day.
Just because you are having an over the moon week, doesn’t always translate to our loved ones emotions. Our emotions are constantly changing and it would be wrong to only love someone when the “good” emotions are showing.
We must be compassionate, open, willing to hear and learn of a perception that is not our own. Through this mutual respect and sharing is how we find greater strength together after the hard times surface and fade.
May we all continue to meet each other with a bit more compassion and willingness, to hear and respect perceptions that are not our own
And to my Tyler: I promise to love you, through all of our forms and respect you through all of our changes. Because at the end of the day, who you are at the core is who my soul loves. My soul recognizes and loves your soul, beyond all of the big and small moments that will make up our years.