The 10 Commandments of Relationships

Some great relationship advice in this blog post by an insighful blogger. Sometimes we forget that if a relationship makes us happy, that’s all that matters. Don’t listen to the haters. 😉

There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed. --Ernest Hemingway

1. You don’t have to share all the same hobbies.

No one is asking you to take up football or start playing Call of Duty. If you want to, or actually like to, then that’s awesome. But it isn’t required to make a relationship last. And in exchange you aren’t allowed to make him take you shoe shopping or come to church with you if he doesn’t want to.

2. He doesn’t have to be there to “be there”.

You don’t have to spend every minute with him to feel like your bond is solid. And you don’t expect him to be.

3. You have to have a similar sense of humour.

No exceptions. No amount of nice hair and hot body will make up for having the laughter capacity of a wet sponge. This humour, though, can be whatever is right for you and you shouldn’t let anyone tell you…

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6 thoughts on “The 10 Commandments of Relationships

  1. Your blog is very interesting. My writing deals with sermons and lesson texts, so I am always trying to be more effective with the thoughts that I try to convey to those who have taken time out of their day to listen to me.
    I am now following your blog. I trust that you will consider following mine, Feel free to provide critique to any of my writings. Please have a blessed day.

    John 17:3
    Pastor/Equipping The Saints

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