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Keeping the relationship “happy” isn’t a hard task so long as you both are willing to compromise. Relationships are like rubber bands, it can stretch until it has reached it’s max. At this point its gonna break. Relationships test the times and at a breaking point, it will either survive or divide. If your significant other isn’t compromising and you find yourself being the “only” peace maker, then changes will need to be made in order for the relationship to grow. It’s a two way street, and if push comes to shove, you many need to give him/her a one way ticket out of your life. There won’t be no damn round trip.

Keeping each other happy is the key. It can be done if both parties are willing to allow it to happen. Hell no, the relationship won’t be peachy king all of the time. But when there’s friction in the relationship, someone has to be the bigger person and break that tension. The other should follow suit, the connection should be back as one. Ain’t nobody got time for a person to hold a grudge for days at a time. Silence is the devil. You must communicate with one another to understand what the root of the problem is. Being happy, keeps the relationship healthy. If you’re not making one another happy, then you may need to reevaluated the overall picture.  If it’s been more bitching days, angry days, sad days, non compromising days, arguing and negative shit….Somebodies ass may need the tip of your foot on it. If it’s TRULY not worth it, then release them of their duties. Don’t hold on to someone who isn’t happy with you. It doesn’t matter how good you treat them or how much you do for them, if they aren’t happy with being with “YOU”, don’t force the shit. Always love yourself first.

My email is wide open for questions. If you want me to answer a question for you, hit me up. pbyitch@aol.com..or you can leave it in the “comment box”.

Kassie Leigh