For The Love Of Being Cured

Predominantly and most often than not, a flick of a hair-strand can make one fall in love. It’s easy. Taking care of and maintaining it is one rough tough job though.

A friend once told me that there will always come a time in a relationship where one party will get tired of paltry fights. That there will be someone who’ll give up easily. That there will be someone who will think that love is not enough for the relationship to grow. That there will be someone who thinks it is. That there will be someone who will cheat. That there will be someone who will be a weakling. That there will be someone who will cry. That there will be someone who will end the relationship.

These all are fragments of a package of a happy lasting relationship. They’re conventionally treated unrequited. It must be mutual.

The demands of A is opt to be understood by B. And the latter vice versa. Understanding. It’s a process between the ‘knower’ and the subject of understanding. The disposition and abilities implied by it reflects the support.

If it lacks support, one screw will be out, and the whole system will collapse. And, support goes in many different forms. Could be by the actual showing of love, overt displaying of efforts, indirect supply of ‘needs’, the fatal exhibit of uncontrolled emotions which in return get treated the otherwise, the so-called being ‘possessive’ which is really out of love and attention, the seeking of attention itself and just by loving in all sorts of degrees and classifications.

Pink and Nate Ruess love to attest to that, ‘we’re not broken we’re just bent (ifyouknowhattamean).

True and true enough, there will be that someone who will give up on paltry fights but we all know how heartening make up sex is. There will be that someone who will get tired easily but the other should remain as the formidable wall for the other to lean on. There will be someone who will think that love is not enough for the relationship to grow; yes because love is nurtured and as it is nurtured, it grows. Nurturing is mandatory, growing is optional. There will be someone who will cheat — now that’s another issue. And yes, there will be someone who will be a weakling. And the person who will end the relationship is the person who ended it.

Let’s take people literally. Being superficial nowadays will help prevent migraine.

Starting it all is as easy as writing your name and ending is as hard as swallowing a one-inch bitter capsule. Writing your name will remind you that that name should be loved and the capsule is for your cure.

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