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You Don't Just Leave When Love Gets Tough, You Fight To Make Things Work

You Don't Just Leave When Love Gets Tough, You Fight To Make Things Work

You know that you have been though worse and you can get through this too, as long as you both do it together.

When you find the relationship that clicks, it can be the most beautiful thing you've ever experienced, a feeling you can't explain but still want more of. However, we're all human at the end of the day and differences are bound to arise. And when that happens, what decides if you can continue enjoying the good in the relationship is how you handle the bad. Do you stay and find a way to work it out, or do you pack up and leave? The latter might seem like the easier choice but going with the former is what makes the bond all the more special.

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When you and your partner have been through tough times, you find the good times even sweeter. You know the importance of not losing hope in a relationship, and here's why.

1. You don't give up when things get rough

You have never been the kind of person who gives up so easily, and that's true even when it comes to relationships. That's why you don't back down when you and your partner face a setback. You are iron-willed and resilient, and that pushes you on through even the most difficult of experiences. And watching one person stay strong and try and work things out is what can give the other hope, a more reason to stay put and give their best shot at the relationship.

You don't let go of each other when you're going through difficult times. Hand-in-hand, you both stay together, making it through the dark times to find the light together.

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2. You know every relationship has good days and bad ones

Yes, relationships are filled with moments of happiness, joy, simple pleasures and passionate experiences. But there will also be instances of anger, disagreement and sorrow. It's impossible for two people to have the exact same opinions and choices, and can lead to fights. You know that fights are not the end of any relationship because every couple has them. And when you weigh the good against the bad and decide this person is worth it, you're willing to make the effort required to work it out. What keeps you together is being open with each other and not holding back from sharing what's on your mind. And together, you find a way to resolve the differences in the best way possible.

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3. You have been through worse and you can get through this too

With time, you realized that there's nothing a warm hug, a patient ear or a bit of compromise and understanding can't solve. You have been through tougher and painful challenges in your life, and it's given you the maturity you need to make a relationship work. You have even realized that sometimes the needs of you or your partners' might change as well, and give each other the space to grow. But you both always remain each other's priority and that's the one thing that will never change.

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4. You may want to fight it out but you come out stronger and together

Some people walk out of relationships after bitter fights. But the ones who stick through the bitter fights are the lucky ones who make it to the other side. And those are the people who come out stronger in the relationship. Going through difficult experiences together makes you both find a love that's deeper and more meaningful. You have seen each other's vulnerabilities and weak points, and now you know each other far better. You understand each other well enough and now you have nothing to hide from each other.

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5. You care too much to walk away from someone you love

When you love someone, you love them with everything you have. You make them a promise that you will be there for both the good and the bad. Stay in the relationship until it's convenient and walking out when your partner is going through a rough patch is not something you would ever do. You stay together because of the commitment you've both made to each other. When your partner goes through something terrible, you don't just leave. You stay right by their side, offering a helping hand or simply being the shoulder to cry on, but you stay patient through whatever trouble they are facing. You choose to stay the relationship, not out of compulsion, but because you genuinely care for and love the person.

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