A Relationship Will Only Work the Second Time If You Are Willing to Fix Your Problems Instead of Running away from Them!

A relationship will only work the second time in case your heart and head think getting back together is a great idea and in case you believe that you’re able to make things work this time around.

It’ll only work the second time in case you believe they’ve changed. It’ll only work in case you believe them when they say they’ll never hurt you again.

It’ll only work the second time in case you want to admit your mistakes and take responsibility for your actions. It’ll only work in case you can act like adults or you’re willing to apologize for all the times you hurt that person.

It’ll only work in case you don’t bring up any past mistake in arguments and in case you focus on what you may build together in the future rather than who fucked up in the past. It’ll only work in case you can forgive each other and in case you both want to release the grudges you were holding for too long.

It’ll only work in case you discuss what went wrong and find a way to move forward without repeating the past mistakes and in case you solve the problems that led to the breakup in the first place. It’ll only work in case you both want to make change, since entering the same toxic relationship can cause it to end the same way.

It’ll only work in case you’re willing to fix your problems rather than running away from them and in case you’re serious about spending forever together. In case you decide it, this time, you’ll work as a team. You’ll not view each other as competition and you’ll understand you’re on the same side.

It’ll only work the second time in case you both want the same things and in case you both agree on whether you want to get married, be exclusive, or have children.

It’ll only work the second time in case you both want to abandon the single life and give up your options. It’ll only work the second time in case you are ready to settle down and in case you are OK with the idea of commitment.

Source: thoughtcatalog.com