HELLO! How are you internet people? Haha! So, FINALLY, I am back to blogging again (hopefully), and I am sorry for not being able to post this past few weeks. School has been bombarding me with lots of stuff and the weather change in my country hasn’t really been kind to my health so, unintentionally, I went on a blog hiatus. Anyway, enough excuses, I’ll try my best to, at least, post weekly or every other week and not be gone, again haha!
As I was scrolling through my Facebook news feed, I noticed a lot of my friends are getting engaged, getting married, and having babies. I then asked myself, does the length of dating period affect the strength of a relationship? VERY random, right?
I am a huge fan of contemporary romance novels because I like how these books make the idea of love simple and magical. But on the other way around, although it’s cute to see characters “fall in love at first sight”, sometimes I feel a bit skeptical with these type of romances. WHY? Seriously, would you fall for a guy who suddenly asked you to sign a NDA?
Let’s be real. I will not generalize, but I think some of us, girls, think that time is a big factor in a relationship. In my case, it’s a 50/50 thing because I think it’s not about how long or how short. It should be about how well you know a person, and how good you are for each other. Does he influence you to be better? Can you accept his annoying habits? Do you know his favorite comfort movie?
I am not a relationship expert. I had my own history of heart breaks, of almost and bad relationships. I, still, do believe that time does play a big factor in building relationships, because spending time with your better half will make you know him better, right?
So, how about you? Do you agree with me? Do you think it’s possible for fiction love stories to come true? Share your thoughts. 🙂