What Does a Good Relationship Mean to You?

What Does a Good Relationship Mean to You?


Happy December everyone! I can’t believe how fast the year has flown by, and now we are in one of my favorite times of the year. We had a very magical night recently to great in the new month. It is possible to see Snow while in LA, magic snow that is. Many of you probably saw it in the Stories the other day, but if you didn’t, the Harry Potter Worlds is doing their Holiday celebration and part of the experience is snow in the Hogsmead village at night. The kids and I just loved it.

On a completely different note though, I have recently been having a lot of questions on the subject of difficulties in relationships and finding ways out of it if needed. I really debated about this one, because I do take all of your letters to heart. I know I shouldn’t be, but that’s just who I am. I can’t be different.

I read through all of your stories, happy ones and sad ones, cry and laugh with you, even if you don’t always see it here. Emotionally, it’s a very taxing subject, partially a reason why I paused #madamewithastroller series - it just became too much at one point, I wasn’t ready for so many raw stories, but I believe opening up this topic is something that can help many.

I cam across some really great quotes wile thinking/pondering about this decision - let’s kick off with them:

-from an unknown man: “You may think that I am a bit of a pushover and a softie, but my woman is happily smiling while yours is silently wiping her tears.”

Let’s talk about this!

What does a good relationship mean to you? Are there gender roles? Things one should do/shouldn’t do in a relationship? What holds two people together, in your opinion?

I look forward to hearing more of your comments on this and I’ll pick it up to share more insights.



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