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A Successful Love Story Part 2

The first step, of making things work, is to believe that it can happen.

Yes, trust is, perhaps, the most important factor in any relationship. I can safely add the word 'perhaps', 'cause some might value it lower than a few other things, and none of this is written to hurt anybody's feelings.

But when you talk about trust, it is clearly the grass roots of human interaction. You need to trust yourself to be confident, and to trust someone else to confide in them.

As a matter of fact, some relations get through the 'testing' times based on this trust. For there will be times when complete rage can take over, but the last bit of reason will remind you of the faith that you have.

And while reason and faith might be on the extreme ends of the spectrum, there is nothing wrong in having both of them in one's analysis.

Obviously, building up trust takes a lot of time. Also, it is not supposed to end in just one moment. Because if it does, maybe you never got it rig…

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A Successful Love Story Part 1

Love. We all know how it feels. To have someone to share just the 'perfect' moments with. To have company in doing the dumbest of things. To have someone for a random conversation, and to have a partner to shower all your feelings on.

For some it is the best feeling, while it reminds others of their broken heart. Though, those heartbreaks happen when your actions tend to complicate the situations. The 'best-feeling' part is quite natural, and common to both kinds.

At one end, the 'perfect' love story doesn't exist. You can't really lay down all the pointers for one, because no two people have the same idea about it. On the contrary, some things are the building blocks in a tale, similar to the strings that make up everything (with reference to the string theory).

Love is, what comes first, in a union. But it doesn't start off with your partner. Instead, it starts with you. In simple terms, you have to love yourself to love others. And, this is quite a …

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"The problem with keeping the lights on at night is the shadows. They are definitely not supposed to be there."