True Love Says No
The title is pretty cheesy, but the tagline says it all: “Why successful relationships are dependent on sacrifice.” And, it’s not going to be glamorous, unless you’re on reality tv, haha.
No, deep down people still really want to be in love and stay in love.
But to make this happen, we’ve got to start living with intentionality. What does it mean to be intentional in love, and why is it seriously vital to the health and longevity of all types of romantic relationships?
The word “intentional” is defined as, “to be done on purpose; deliberate.”
Often there isn’t purpose in love. So many people think a healthy relationship should exist in a carefree and easy manner. And as soon as things become laborious, we peace out and try to find happiness with someone else.
But as our generation is beginning to understand, this mindset does not lead to love that lasts. Long-term relationships are difficult, as two people purposefully and intentionally live out unconditional love in word and deed. If you say you want to commit to another person, whether it be dating, engagement or marriage, you will have to act out that commitment on a day-to-day basis.
Short URL for this post: http://tmblr.co/Z2ssWyBPmqRC