Ever heard the say don’t become friends with your ex? Well, what if your ex, wasn’t your ex? Relationships as it seems, sometimes end up with captions most people hate to talk about ‘we broke up’, ‘I never want to see him/her again’, ‘he cheated’ but sometimes relationships also end up because of the situations which become inevitable and no one ever is to take the blame.
A clear study of relationships shows that, they begin with kind gestures, warm hearts and exchange of gifts but end up with people who seek better candidates to do the same thing they did with others- many a time forgetting what started the relationship, made it easier and was the driving force to keep it going.
The attraction of two opposite sexes which we refer to as relationship has widely been seen as a way of life where only two people share erotic, pleasurable gestures in and out of their private rooms. It has been generally conceived that women enjoy the better parts of the relationship because the men do more and sacrifice more than the women do; however true or untrue this is, the truth could only come from both parties who enjoy or irritate each other’s company.
Many a time this attraction which may have grown from months and even years fades away because both parties realise the need for more of either what they already have or more of what they could never have and this contentment often lead to lies and broken hearts. However some attractions stay on and other circumstances such as religion, race, distance and even blood type keep them away from each other.
The separation of parties who are in a healthy relationship is sometimes taken to be cruel because of the word ‘EX’. Relationships that come to an end are often taken to be pitiful stories because they started well.
When circumstances take people apart, both parties usually find others who seem alike, like those they knew or people who treat them better, however sometimes the old parties never stay apart.
It is not often that people stay apart because someone played the wrong role, it is not always total that an ‘EX’ played a negative role in our lives but it is mandatory that we understand that a past relationship can only be past when we make it so. There might be no more mutual feelings but there will be no fruitful, warm, happy, trust worthy, honest present relationship if we never state the past and the present and accept the past as past.