Based on my experiences, these are the points you need understand with your partner to make your relationship work. Don’t expect flowers or chocolates from them or you’ll end up disappointed.
Also, don’t force them to do things they don’t usually do—like wearing a couple shirt or having a candlelight dinner—because you will more likely end up in a fight rather than enjoying each other’s company.
But if you are willing to commit to the relationship, to be in it for the long haul, you must understand that the expression of love is not the same.
I am a romantic person, but I have been in a relationship with a non-romantic person for several years now.
Social media has been an integral part of life for many of us.
I’ve learned to appreciate it along with so many non-romantic (but loving) gestures he does.
Yes, we enjoy that kind of stuff; and besides, staying active is a good way to Here is the point, if you are in a relationship with a non-romantic person, you can veer away from the stereotypical fancy dinner and find something you both love. If your partner is a non-romantic person, don’t attempt to surprise him or her at his/her office with your heart-shaped home-cooked meal.
Among the things that a non-romantic person doesn’t like, being the subject of talk at the office is on the top of the list—g If you want to surprise your partner, do it when they return home from work, when they won’t be the center of a crowd’s attention.
The seriousness and commitment of a person in a relationship are not measured by how often he proclaims love on social media.
There are many factors to consider before judging how committed a person is in a relationship—As I mentioned above, non-romantic partners do not generally prepare candle light dinners—they get bored with them.