Essay On Establishing Individuality

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long and rightfully so. Talking with the person superficially at work, school, or chat room could last for years. Through this constant meet and greet, they get an idea of the other person at several different settings. There may arise negative opinions, but through second and third and as much chances are required, those opinions tend to change a lot of the time. People either get used to it or they start liking it. Both of those situations may be regarded as good and bad owing to the fact that there may rise some individual conflict of interest or individuality in the person from them. Reestablishing Individuality Each and every one of us are different people. Yet sometimes when we enter into a new relationship, we find that our defining characteristics start…show more content…
Small signs here and there cross your mind and may confuse you a little. It bothers you but it doesn’t seem big enough to make a fuss over. You start to think of your past relationships, your exes, and other prospective partners. You tie your happiness in life with your relationship. If you’re unhappy, you blame it on the relationship. In this stage, you start comparing your relationship with other couples and other relationships. Would your relationship survive this stage? It definitely could, as long as your relationship isn’t monotonous and repetitive. The survival requires much work because before the reconciliation period come the huge storm. If you can overcome this storm, you can most definitely overcome future hurdles that might come your way. The Storm The storm is probably the most dreaded yet the most inevitable stage in any relationship. It is only natural to have small fights here and there, but the storm or the “big fight” is not. This fight only happens once and if you and your partner can push through this, be sure that you have pushed through one of the biggest hurdles of your
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