|Posted on March 28, 2017 at 7:45 PM|
I think one of the greatest challenges for people in relationships is deciding when to try more or just walk away. I say relationships because there's already a sense of "commitment" there. We feel obligated to try in fear or being portrayed as someone who just gave up. Then there is a side of us that feels like we've given our all and that we couldn't possibly do more. I've heard people say they want something easy after being in a relationship that required a lot of work. Then I've heard from those who are in a relationship that's "easy", that they're bored, need something more stimulating or have lost interest. What do you define as easy? What do you define as difficult?
Are we just so used to the chaos that when there isn't any, we feel bored? Must there be madness to be lust?