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Don't Confuse Being Comfortable For Being In Love
And I'm not saying there's something wrong with routine. But you have to be careful in love. Sometimes, you can confuse being comfortable with being happy. Our everyday routines make us complacent and satisfied, and it's too late before we realize what's happening. Though the differences between "happy" and "comfortable" can be slight, they're very real. It just means your stomach flips every time you see your SO. There's a spark and an excitement that doesn't die down, because that's how happy you are.
Of course, you should feel comfortable in your relationship. We resist throwing off the blanket and getting up from the pillowy sofa, no matter if our bladders are bursting. As humans, we gravitate toward what we know. We stay in our comfort zones, even when they become uncomfortable — or were never that comfortable in the first place. How many couples do you know who seem absolutely miserable, yet they stay together year in and year out?
Sometimes they're candlelit date nights, and walks through grassy meadows, and feeding each other cake at your wedding. But sometimes they're doing the dishes, and comforting a screaming baby, and fighting over whose turn it is to do the dishes or comfort the screaming baby.
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Many people look for familiarity in relationships. These are the same people whose relationships keep failing. Someone I think the internet says Einstein, but there are multiple sources listed and I'm WAY too lazy to date the origin back once said, "The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results. Some people float back and forth between these two and there's a select handful that falls into the gray area. Even though there are two ends of this spectrum, we're going to focus on the people who are terrified of being alone. If you're looking for a reason the other portion of the population drifts toward rejection of relationships, feel free to read this article I wrote about the fear of missing out on things in dating.
Although it may sound silly, fighting is a healthy part of a relationship. No two people are going to agree on everything, and after a big fight, couples who are in love are usually able to reach a resolution. Fighting helps you understand your partner better, and at the end of a fight, you may even feel closer to each other than you did before. You had to go through a number of bad dates and crappy boyfriends before finding someone worthwhile. What happened? Relationships require work and lots of it in order to grow.
Being in a relationship with someone you're actually in love with is way different than being with someone just because it's convenient. For some, being in a relationship of convenience is perfectly fine for where they're at in life. Maybe companionship is just easier than deep, emotional attachments for the meantime. There's nothing wrong with being in a relationship for convenience. It only becomes a problem when you're not really happy and you actually long for a deeper connection. Sometimes you'll enter into a relationship really excited about your partner to find months or even years down the line that you're not as excited about them anymore. You may even question whether you're still in love with them at all.