The Three Kinds of Relationships Every Person Goes Through To Find the Right One

Kaetlyn Summers Posted a year ago
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Which one of these three phases are you currently in?

If we lived in an ideal world, we would all find our perfect partners in just one try to live happily after. But it is not a perfect world and a long period of struggle is followed by a fruitful ending in this world. A person will meet and be with many people before finding the right one. Different people will meet different partners but in every person’s life, there will be three specific kinds of relationships that will constitute his or her love life. If the person is lucky, they will find the right relation at once, but usually, the course goes like this:

  1. The Right Relationship At The Wrong Time:

This relationship is usually our first love; the boy/girl we think is perfect for us. It usually takes place in our teenage or sometime after that. When we are in this first relationship of our lives, we feel like it is the best thing that could happen to us and there can never be anyone in our lives except for our current partners. New love and infatuation make us think that we have conquered the world with our love and that we are inseparable. But unfortunately, for most of the people, first love is never the last.

This love is the right love at the wrong time. It takes place at a time in life when there is a lot to be discovered, when there is a lot of living to do by both the people involved. One or both of the partners realize that it will be a task to take it all the way into the future so, eventually, the relationship with the right person at the wrong time starts drifting apart. For some, it ends roughly and for people who are smarter, they make the decision for themselves mutually and stick to it.

The person may have been perfect to be with at that time but the time would not have been perfect to be with that person. To do the living that is left to do, people move forward, without realizing that they are about to enter the most difficult phase. - Continue reading on the next page