An Eternal Bond Called Love: Testing Waters For A Lifetime Bond
Delhiites Lifestyle Magazine|September 2018
An Eternal Bond Called Love: Testing Waters For A Lifetime Bond

When in school, a romantic relationship is all about heart emojis, the bunking classes to waiting for each other post school hours.

Vani Malik

However, with time taking a toll on romantic bonding, such relationships often pass through turbulent times. Emerging out of all odds is what makes ‘puppy love’ grow into a lifetime bond.

A few relationships sail through while some bite the dust! Many people look back fondly on their high school love but some are fortunate enough to be sitting right across the table every night. The beauty of a relationship that dates back to your school days is beyond words. The connection is such that you know each other’s quirks and tells even with the movement of an eye. Experiencing all the wonderful, horrible, boring and embarrassing moments in the formative years together certainly are the major building blocks to a relationship of a lifetime. However, like every relationship has a flipside to it, it happens that such relationships also end up biting the dust.

Deal Breakers

Your love might be over-the-top during your teens but now it is certainly not that exciting. You always feel that fading charm in the relationship. And, here is an alarming stage in any relationship. It is common to witness changes in a relationship as and when you grow. However, if you are able to cope with it, you are through else there surely comes a dead-end. Relationship expert Dr Kamal Khurana asserts, “I have come across several cases where couples find it difficult to adjust to the changing needs of their partners. With time, age and experience, expectations tend to change and school-time sweethearts tend to fail the test of time and changes.”

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September 2018