When you begin dating someone new everything is always roses at first. Everything little thing they do or say is the best thing in the world. You love the way they walk, the way they talk, you even love the way the comb their hair. Every idle minute in the day you day-dream about them. Every second that you are in that persons presence feels like your birthday. Your heart beats a little faster when ever they embrace you. Each kiss warms your body like the sun in July. The passion is hot and heavy and the sex is epic. This new love is your world and it revolves around you and even on a bad day everything seems to go your way.
Until one day all that fades away. You get past the infatuation stage and reality sets in. Now you meet the real person because they have gotten comfortable and no longer “auditioning” for your love. Now they chew with their mouth open; they snore and a lot of other annoying little things that drive you crazy. You may discover that they are insecure or jealous. You might start to notice that he or she is condescending or controlling and now you can’t stand the very sight of this person and want so badly to be done with them.
But now its too late. You ignored all the tell-tale signs because you were blinded by the newness of your relationship and was wrapped up in lust and infatuation. Too bad you rushed into this relationship and now you are married and have kids with someone who you don’t love. Love is like working out at the gym: You have got to work hard to make it work but the results wont show right away. A good solid relationship shouldnt be rushed into. Dont take the Kardashian approach to love. Take your time and pump your breaks!