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Is it worth fighting for? Random questions on a relationship
I'm not being active lately, not able to follow my goal for 1 article per day and sorry for that. I've been in a bad situation for a couple of days and trying to get back to life. Like trying to think positive as much as possible. I have some random questions for you guys and I hope I was able to get some answers from you. It really means a lot to me if you did. Again, this is just a random question. This might be my experience or everyone's experience. I would highly appreciate it if I got some answers from you guys, I really mean it. So, here it goes guys, these are the random questions that I would love to hear from you all:
If your partner hides your photos on social media, is it okay for you?
Is there any possibility that cheating is the answer to this? Why would you hide it? Is it because you are ashamed of the relationship you are in now or is it for privacy reasons? But in case you hide it, it would be better if you inform your partner first right?
Is it considered a one sided relationship if your partner is not 100% open to you?
Are you open to your partner? Like literally you shared everything with her/him.
Just because it is your partner's social media account, you don't have any rights on it?
Like is it okay for you that you can do anything on your partner's social media since it's their account?
How can you explain privacy in a relationship?
Like what privacy means to you? Do you still want privacy in your relationship?
You opened your partner's social media once, is it okay that your partner changed her/his login right ahead?
You no longer have access to it because your partner changed the logins because they don't want you to have access to it. Is it okay?
Is this type of relationship already a toxic one?
I think it is. What do you think guys? Is it still worth fighting for?
Is it still worth fighting for if you already tried your best in your relationship?
Nah, I don't know what to say on this but based on the questions above, is it still worth fighting for?
When can you say that it is over?
When and how can you say it? Like how will be your basis for that? Can you really determined that it is really over?
Does this type of relationship need to end now or is it worth fighting for?
Those are the random questions that I want to hear from you everyone. I know it is somewhat painful but then again that doesn't mean it is based on my experience lol but I would really hope to hear anything from you all. One thing, does years in a relationship matter to you? Do you call it an investment or just because you stay because you love the person so much.
Thank you again for reading everyone and I would really love to get answers from you all. It means a lot to me. I hope you all have a good and healthy relationship with your partners now.