When you are truly in love with someone, you never stop fighting for them. You never stop fighting to protect what you have. To protect your relationship. To protect your love.
When you really love someone, you fight for that person even when things seem impossible. Even when you feel tired. Even when you have doubts. Even when things get tough between you and your partner.
When you are truly in love with someone, you fight for them – you don’t leave at the first sign of trouble. You don’t walk away when the first challenges and problems start appearing in your relationship. You don’t give up when you come across the first obstacle. Instead, you stay and fearlessly work with your partner to overcome whatever difficulty life throws your way.
When you are truly in love with someone, you fight for them with all you’ve got. You do everything you can to keep them in your life and nurture and protect the relationship.
You swallow your pride and phone that person. You ask them to talk with them in real life and resolve your relationship problems. You ask them for one more hug, one more kiss, one more touch. You swallow your pride and ask them to start over. And if that person really feels about you the way you feel about them, they’ll come back to you.
When you truly love someone, you are not hesitant or afraid to sacrifice your own needs, priorities, desires, and dreams for their happiness. Why?
Because when you love someone honestly and wholeheartedly, you are never selfish. Instead, you take into consideration and take care of the other person’s needs and wishes. You’re willing to make compromises and leave your comfort zone. Why?
Because you want them to be happy. You want them to feel fulfilled. Acknowledged. Loved.
When you are truly in love with someone, you don’t listen to other people when they tell you: “The hell with them. Let them go – you deserve better.”
Yes, you do deserve better. You deserve to be happy and loved. You deserve to feel important.
But that doesn’t mean you should say goodbye to the person you’re with because you’ve had an angry fight or because they’ve broken their word once or twice. It doesn’t mean you should give up on them and everything you two have because you doubt that your relationship problems can be solved.
When you really love someone, you don’t stop fighting for them before you know you have given everything you’ve got. You don’t let go of them before you know you have exhausted all your means of saving the relationship. You don’t give up on them before you’re a hundred percent sure that he/she doesn’t love you.
When you really love someone, you fight for them no matter how hard it is. You fight for them even when it hurts. Why?
Because it’s better to get your heart broken knowing you tried the best you could, knowing you fought with every fiber of your being for that person and for the relationship rather than spending your entire life with the regret of walking away from someone just like that.
It is better to get your heart broken than spend the rest of your life wondering what could’ve been if you hadn’t stopped fighting.