Pros and Cons of Being in a Relationship Vs Being Single
Another disadvantage is the fact that one set of mates you can't . the advantages of being in a relationship? its easier to cook for two than one. Pros and cons of being in a relationship vs being single from VKool site will and some disadvantages of that in comparison with being single. Another disadvantage is the fact that one set of mates you can't forget about is . I think the advantages of being in a long term romantic relationship are well.
This understanding simply springs from love and care. People may say that all this will vanish a few years into the relationship but you must believe and carry it on because it is you who matters and not the surveys. You understand yourself better When in a relationship, you assess yourself, your responses, and your behavior for at least the first few months. This allows you to understand yourself better in every term and you strive to make yourself a better person.
This is not in order to impress your partner but to become a good human being altogether. So you evolve into a better person and are mindful of that.
You tend to see things with tenderness and warmth. You find good in everything and even if for a little amount of time, it makes you a positive person. So you have to get dressed impeccably on every occasion, be nice at home, attend every social gathering and over all maintain a high profile.
Things are different and much better in a relationship. Remember, a roommate will be very nice to you if you are careless and lazy but will be prone to judge you and your habits. A partner will reprimand you for being careless and lazy but more often than not be your partner in crime. You get to maintain that low profile, live free and easy! Less stress Some studies conducted empirically prove that people in relationships are less stressed out than those who are single.
Even after there is regularity and boredom in a relationship, a little love is always sweetening the air around you. Second, you get to keep fewer secrets. Third, you have personal jokes that can lighten up any moment of stress.
Living with someone always leads to some fun and joy in life. You can feel it as early as young or also could be late. But this love is big thing to discuss, especially to teenagers who are engage with romantic relationship.
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Many people says that love is like a thread that connects the most diverse people in the world. Love is about what you feel to the one who give you space in his or her life and make you special. Love is not a feeling, it is a commitment and it is a decision.
Real love pushes us. Movies and books really influence teenagers to have a relationship. When we have watch and read different romance books we think that engaging in a relationship is nice. The question is what are the advantages and disadvantages of having an early romantic relationship?
I ask different teenagers and students experienced and currently experiencing of being in a romantic relationship, what are the advantages and disadvantages of having an early romantic relationship and their reasons why it is consider as advantage and disadvantage.
It's all the stress of having to deal with a work-life balance plus look after the house, the kids and their spouses all at once What do you think? What are the disadvantages and advantages of being in relationships? Do relationships really make women fat?
I know i just cream my pants when someone asks me to lie for them. But then, i'm sure he's a really nice guy If you are living primarily for your own gratification, then a long term, equitable relationship is probably not for you. If you love yourself more than you love your partner, or if you devalue yourself to the point where you give in to your partner's every wish, then the relationship is probably not for you.
If you love your partner and are willing to do all the give and take of a relationship, but they are not, then the relationship probably will not work. If you fall in love with your partner, and your partner feels the same way about you, and you both have the ability to hit that right balance, and if you are fortunate enough to be in a part of both of your lives where you can make it work, then the resulting relationship can be better than anything you've experienced in your life.
I have been happily married for 18 years and seem to have that balance, but it has been truly a matter of luck as much as it has been our abilities to want to make the relationship work. Relationships are not for everyone, certainly not for every couple.
If the relationship is something that will wear you out before your time, think twice. The upside can be really, really good, but the downside can kill you if you're not ready or with the wrong person. Paul on October 21, 6: Being in a relationship only sucks if your dating a loser, and those who put up with one deserve what they get. Katy on October 21, 6: Is your whole generation like this or just your tribe? Validitee on October 21, 7: Suddenly, food, like pasta, pizza, rice and potatoes start appearing back on the menu because you go out to different places more often rather than the usual haunts or cook at home.
If I had a dollar for every time a girl ditched plans with me because "something came up" I could retire. If I had to pay a dollar for every time I ditched plans with friends because she wanted to spend time with me I would be broke again. At least if they are hanging out with my friends the friends are nice people that are mean to me and not her. Otherwise, they are nice people ;- One wants desperately to tie the knot, move in together, pop out a few babies and live happily ever after in a romantic huddle of domestic bliss ahh yes, add to that her idea of "wedded bliss" meant very infrequent sex that was something I recently experienced.
Even though I have little interest in the flipside you suggested at least getting some back would be good and being appreciated as an individual with needs and desires instead if a handbag with her own portable ATM would have been fine.
I don't think it is all about putting yourself last - but about compromising and agreeing on boundaries. Just because you don't get precisely what you want all the time it is not the end of the world. Married men may live longer than unmarried men, but married men want to die sooner ;- Posted by: Bender on October 21, 7: There must be a way for the SMH IT guys to arrange the posts so we can see who is writing it at the top of the article and not at the end.
I find myself going to the bottom of each post first so I can see who is writing before I read it. Fatness comes from eating too much and not exercising enough. But was we all know being in a relationship is depressing Being in a 4-year relationship myself, i think some of what was mentioned above are true.
However, there are other factors that could be contributed for a woman getting fat like metabolism, lifestyle, etcand likewise other factors why spending time with friends, are needed.
Quantity does not equal quality.
Sam's friend is settling for second best, and it's costing her dearly. Lucky Girl on October 21, 8: All relationships involve an element of risk, just as there is potential for growth, there is also potential for loss. Sitting on the fence on October 21, 9: Too many people are greedy and controlling in relationships. There's really no need to give up everything you enjoyed in single life and certainly there should be no need to put yourself last all the time! What a stupid girl your friend is to compromise herself so much.
For goodness sake I hope this blog article applies to the minority ExPat on October 21, 9: You learn the meaning of compromise, i. Nag, nag, nag, nag, etc.
Apparently you get a deeper understanding of the human condition. Depressing, if you ask me. Yes, you do put on weight. Did I mention compromise? As for the weight issue, it's true. Both my sisters did put on a lot of weight after having 2 and 3 kids, respectively. While they look prime candidates for heart attack central, they're happy or exhausted, I really can't tell.
Nasty trade-off for domestic bliss.
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Personally I don't think being in a relationship makes you fat, marriage does that. Got a friend who actually lost weight when they moved in together. Not sure if he's gone physical or her cooking's bad. Either way, he's way, WAY thinner now.
I just hope he's healthy, i.
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Not sure if that's what the girlfriend wants. I think he's quit drinking too. Of course, I didn't say anything. In this day and age, everyone's mature enough to know what's right and good for them. I don't say anything or preach. I just bitch about it on this blog and AMAL. Ronaldo on October 21, 9: I'm with you on this one Katy.
The guy is a prick, and the girl is a doormat. She's living a lie, and it's hard to do that forever. Oneday she'll snap, and the poor bastard of a loser she's with will wonder what the hell happened as the dust settles around him. You shouldn't have to compromise your identity to the extent you have to lie to protect your fragile-ego'd boyfriend. Whats really occurring here is that she has comtempt for his masculinity, otherwise why would she lie to protect it - she must think it's weak as and needs coddling like some sickly baby.
Real men don't need to have their egos protected.
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They would be happy for all the achievements of their partners, and share in the celebrations for such achievements with genuine pride in their partner.
If it was a choice between being in the sort of relationship this blog describes or being single, then the single life would win hands down!
The girl is a doormat, the guy a loser on October 21, 9: So they get chubby, so what? Plus-size girls are sexy.
Not sure where you got the impression that a full and rewarding social life can't be maintained by both members of a long term relationship Usually; if he's a level-headed and honest guy with decent values, his friends will be too - and the same can be said of her friends If there's an issue regarding friends and the relationship, then there's something a tad awry with one or more parts of the equation As for putting oneself last in a relationship If you believe that then you might as well wear the "I am a doormat" sign around your neck!
If you can't put yourself and your partner first then there isn't any real relationship is there?! What's the point of continueing to think exclusively of oneself when a relationship is about two or more people Do the failures of some in realising what's required to make a long term relationship work, mean that long term relationships aren't really worth it?
I don't think so Just because something is beyond the reach of some, doesn't mean it should be out of the reach for others, does it? Maybe in a World where people wish to project their versions of what's desirable or worthy of attaining onto others it might be Are we there yet? Steve C on October 21, Jmac on October 21, From when they get married to when they reach middle age? Could it perhaps have something to do with them getting older and their metabolism slowing down.
And having less time to go to gym etc because of careers or family? Everyone pretty much stacks on weight from late 20's through to their middle age Women live to be older than men. Really Sam, is it too much to ask for fairness and balance from you when discussing so-called facts and statistics?
By the way, I don't mean the above statement to be a man-bashing comment. It is a physiological fact. Perhaps we should ask ourselves why men die five to eight years earlier than women. Contrary to that old joke, it's not because they want to. Moongirl on October 21, It doesn't matter what your marital status is. Too much food and too little exercise makes people fat. Elizabeth on October 21, George on October 21, People always find something to complain about - doesn't matter if they are single or in a relationship.
Re your girlfriend's chump: Acohol and bad eating are the main culprits of the overweight whether they are single or not. That said, I can not see anything fair about a married woman being kept at home to entertain her husbands mates. Everyone needs their freedom or time out by themselves or with their peers in my opinion.
As a single I must say that the loneliness leads me to the fridge too much I am way fatter from misery single than when I am in relationships. Fatter Single Girl on October 21, It really depends on the relationship. I once dated a guy only for three months, thank God who stressed me out so much.
He would cry poor and make me pay for everything while he had a well paying, full time job, and he would insult my family behind their backs. These factors, as well as many others, caused me to lose a tonne of weight, due to stress, to the point where I looked gaunt and sick. I have since met a new man who adores me and treats me the way any person should be treated, with love and respect. And with that, I've gained about 5kg. So if you're looking for a quick weightloss plan, ditch your amazing boyfriend and date an absolute LOSER who will turn you into a paranoid stresshead!
It seems there are so many disadvantages to being in a relationship. Every blog article you write pulls all sorts of statistics to support your bias. I think if I believed everything you wrote, I wouldn't be in a relationship anymore.
Does that alter in different demographics, so that wealthier single men live longer than poorer single men who may not have the resources or the knowledge re.
And the generation that are old and in nursing homes now have had very different lives to people in their mid- thirties. How do we know if those statistics will apply to the next few generations? It may be altering all ready. I understood the biggest killer of men was heart disease, and much has been done to improve the outcome of this - including preventative education for a newer generation?
It would be interesting to see, if anyone had access to newer studies. Wouldn't it be great if things have improved? Have to say I love being single right now. I feel like the stormy seas have finally spat me out on a calm and sunny beach and I'm lying here with my eyes closed, enjoying the sun, just - recovering.
My life seems - finally! No more emotional ups and downs, just the day to day business of living and only me to worry about if ill-health slows me down or effects my weight - the kids are happy with sandwiches and cuddles on my not-so energetic days. I think this sense of peace comes from the fact that I know that there isnt going to be any kind of dramatic lifestyle change because someone else may or may not be happy with me, because of my waistline, my kids' needs, or because of their desire to go and find themselves, or their desire for the woman who serves them coffee.
And the kids prefer this calm 'no surprises' day to day existence as well. Also - no criticism. And no being told what to do. Wow - after so many years of hearing about my deficiencies as a human being, I'm finally in a place where everyone here likes me.
I am finally -as my kids say - the Boss of Me.