We are a generation defined by convenience. We like everything coming easy – easy jobs, easy money, and easy love. As much as we like the idea of love, we tend to forget that Love is precious, and a wealth everyone rightfully deserves. We continue to pawn in the maze of Tinder swipes, hook-up trends, and love interests as fleeting as a gust of wind, so much so, that there’s a growing need to understand that relationships come expensive, commitment is an investment, and loyalty is a lifestyle. We grieve to think of love being spoilt by a majority, and how emotionally bankrupt we’ve become.
We are in awe of earlier times when love was real, complete and long-term. It was the purest to see and feel. There were no hidden motives and no disguised faces under all the sugar-coated excitement, flattering and mush.
Nowadays, love matters are painfully different. People are too much invested in themselves, and are in relationships only to satisfy their selfish desires. And when they’ve made enough for themselves, they step their feet out, as if it’s some sort of a joke. If you’re in a relationship, it could be quite tricky to spot the selfish traits in your beloved. No matter how greatly you know him, you can never tell if he’s mean, self-centric, and has nothing to do with your emotions.
If you guy is doing any of the things mentioned above, you’re in for a major heartbreak and lots of chaos. Break the trap and set out free. You go girl!