At the end of a relationship

In the beginning it is not love that brings you together but lust, When you have truly been through all trials of marriage or any relationship and find yourself still together at the end then I would call that love. ~ Geraldine Jackson

Giving a sincere apology and using these ways to say sorry can help restore your relationship with your husband or wife, and can help you grow in humility, as well. And its critical to saving marriage.

3 things I want in a relationship: Eyes that wont cry, lips than wont lie, and love that wont die.

Lived it in every relationship. It’s crazy, it’s like you never knew the person you were next to. It’s one of the most hurtful part of a break up. In every end of all of mine I always continued to love and wish the best as we part ways & to others I was just another on their list. However, no matter all the pain I continue to have hope and love hard. ~ Janet Suarez 

You learn more about someone at the end of a relationship than at the beginning.

15 Things You Don’t Owe Anyone (Even Though You Think You Do)

I know how much social pressure there is to conduct yourself a certain way. Some people they know what’s best for you and the whole world. But remember…
1. You don’t owe anyone an explanation for your living situation.

It doesn’t matter what kind of living situation you’re in, whether you have housemates, live alone, live unmarried with a partner, or live with your ex still. You don’t need to explain to anyone why you live the way that you do.

2. You don’t owe anyone an explanation for your life priorities.

Want to open a business? Become a pastor at your church? Sell all your belongings and backpack through India? Go for it! And remember, you don’t have to explain your priorities to anyone. They are yours, and you don’t have to try to impress people with them.