04 6 / 2013

I realised something today.
No one is perfect.

The first few months of a relationship is called the honeymoon period for a reason. You only tend to show your good side not because you want to “CHEAT” the one or hide your true colours but because you are too happy for the bad side of you to be revealed.

As months pass, we turn to our normal routine and our partner is just part of that. Everything becomes stagnant. Nothing seems as magical as it used to be. Thats not bad. Thats reality.

Reality isn’t something many people like facing. So frustration/fear kicks in and negativity tags along. Everything your partner does will look wrong. Both of you might not be able to stand each other but at the same time you are not able to live without each other.

Thats when understanding and trust comes in. Understanding your partner has weaknesses. Understanding they ARE trying. Understanding it isnt an easy life for everyone. Trusting their love for you. Trusting them. Learn to love their weaknesses and strengths, their bad and good. Learn to love them like how their parents love them(dnt try to beat them though, you can never do that), unconditional love.

Give but take lesser. Don’t be selfish. Think of your partner when decisions are made. Afterall, once you are in a relationship, its about “WE” and not just “I”.

And remember..
Love like there’s no tomorrow.

30 5 / 2013

styletracker-na:

Street style

Damn!

styletracker-na:

Street style

Damn!

25 5 / 2013

It’s crazy, because I don’t even know when you became important to me. It’s like a snowstorm. You see the flakes falling but you don’t realise how they’re adding up. Suddenly, your whole lawn is covered. All these little things have added up, and you’re my snowstorm, baby.

22 5 / 2013

22 5 / 2013

21 5 / 2013

thefrogman:

First time doing yoga by David Somerville [website]

What are you?

thefrogman:

First time doing yoga by David Somerville [website]

What are you?

(Source: tastefullyoffensive)

20 5 / 2013

20 5 / 2013

For those who cant say NO.

For those who cant say NO.

20 5 / 2013

20 5 / 2013

And so they said marriage completes your life. 
This seems like a much happier choice!

And so they said marriage completes your life.
This seems like a much happier choice!