- How old am I:
- My figure features:
- My body features is quite overweight
- I prefer to drink:
- Red wine
- My favourite music:
- I like opera
- I have piercing:
- I have surface piercing
Maybe the sex is good so you keep spitting lies.
Posted January 14, Reviewed by Lybi Ma. Being friends is an important part of any healthy and happy romantic relationship. How do you know if your feelings towards someone are truly romantic or if perhaps your relationship would actually thrive best as a platonic friendship?
Should you be friends or a couple? Which relationship would serve each of you best?
Deciding the future of a relationship is a weighing of costs, benefits, alternative options, expectations, and investments already made into a partnership Rusbult,but such weighing should reflect an appreciation for the work that goes into maintaining a partnership. While many friends could be good partners, it is a decision and commitment toward a life with someone that promotes relationship success. Aron, A. Close relationships as including other in the self.
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