Good relationships don't just happen, they take time, patience and two people who want to be together.One stigma that many of us have to learn to overcome when we deal with the relationships in our lives is that good relationships don't just happen.
Good relationships take a lot of time and effort, and an unconditional love that can't be tainted or distracted by any outside forces.
Good relationships seem to be portrayed by society as they are a dime a dozen, but in actuality are very hard to find because most people dont realize the effort that is required on a daily basis for each relationship.
Good relationships require sympathy, understanding, trust, courage, love, support, and an unwillingness to ever give up no matter what.
To make a relationship great sometimes a person has to be willing to compromise even when they feel as though they are correct with everything inside of them.
Also both parties have to be concerned with each others goals on a regular basis to ensure that they are both moving in the same direction.
Good relationships are full of hard work, but are very rewarding when both parties actively pursue the relationship.