It has been a September to remember with the influx of relationship news on social media. But is anyone really an expert?
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
In recent years our society has been saturared with relationship experts. Their presence has brought a lot of advantages and disadvantages to the vision of people. It has caused people to set high and low standards with their own views not taken into account.
Many relationships have either survived, tried to survive or brokne up completely as the participants choose to listen to somebody who created a formula for them, but do not care to create something that works for them.
There should be a relationship between people who want to share their fears, wishes, needs, values, aspirations and much more with each other. All of these should be done without the outside world’s participation. It might be between two or more people, but whatever happens afterwards should be private.
Some experts have experienced difficulties in their relationships and found formulas for them. They enter into a different relationships and try to use the same formula. They also, sometimes, do not understand what they are dealing with but are great at creating plans and templates for other people.
At the end of the day, communication is the most important thing in a relationship. Nobody else knows what works for you and your partner, except the both of you. You can listen to the advice from relationship experts or people whom you’re open with but you don’t have to take it hook, line and sinker.
Become the specialist or expert in your own relationship.
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