How many times have we heard of this? A friend stuck in a situationship. A situationship is when you are in the talking phase of a potential relationship. It is not a definite committed relationship. So, can this friend keep dating others? Flirt? Go clubbing and go home with someone? The answer is “I don’t know”. Because in reality, it is super confusing. Fancying someone and even liking them does not mean being settled. In many cases, for those in such a situation they are in a jackpotcity. A case of hit or miss.
The Ultimate Truth
There is no definitive answer to this question, as it will vary from person to person and situation to situation. However, there are some general guidelines that may help you to make a decision about whether to stay or leave a relationship. Firstly, it is important to be honest with yourself about how happy you are in the relationship. If you find that you are constantly feeling anxious, stressed, or unhappy, then it may be time to consider leaving.
Secondly, take a look at the quality of your communication with your partner. If you find that you are constantly arguing or that there is a lack of communication, this may also be a sign that it is time to move on. Finally, consider your future goals and whether or not they are compatible with what your partner wants. If you want different things out of life, it may be difficult to stay in a long-term, committed relationship. Ultimately, the decision of whether to stay or leave a relationship is a personal one that only you can make. However, if you find yourself feeling unhappy or like you are not being true to yourself, it may be time to move on.
Only Love Can Hurt Like This
It doesn’t matter how much you love someone, sometimes they can still hurt you. Whether it’s intentional or not, pain from love is one of the worst feelings in the world. It feels like your heart is being ripped out and stomped on, over and over again. The pain can be so overwhelming that it feels like you can’t breathe, like you’re being suffocated by your own emotions.
It’s hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel when you’re in the midst of this pain, but it is possible to move on and heal. It might take some time, and it definitely won’t be easy, but it is possible. You have to be strong and believe in yourself. You have to be willing to fight for your happiness. If you’re feeling pain from love, know that you’re not alone. There are so many others who have felt (and are currently feeling) the same way. Reach out to your friends and family for support. Talk to someone who can help you process your emotions. And most importantly, be patient with yourself. Healing takes time, but it is possible.
The Power of Your Partner
There is no one way that your partner can heal you, but simply being there for you and providing support during difficult times can be incredibly helpful. Sometimes simply having someone to talk to who will listen without judgement can be therapeutic. If you are struggling with something specific, your partner can help you to research solutions or provide a shoulder to cry on. Sometimes simply knowing that someone cares about you and is willing to help can be the best medicine of all. Words of affirmation can help people who were cheated or betrayed before. Acting in ways to clear your doubts too.