Saturday, 13 June 2015

Relationship management.

Happy Saturday fam, how are you all enjoying this weekend? You won't believe me, I've basically been sleeping since, did night duty things last night, so as soon as I came back, I just crashed on the bed straight. Body no be fire wood joor, it needs the rest.
Yesterday, I was chatting up a friend and we talked about so many things, and then he asked me a question which I'll like to bring to the house for discussion. He asked me, "How do you think a relationship should be? What's your view of a good relationship?"
I answered that a good relationship should be about trust, good communication and understanding each other. Also, there should be respect and true love for each other, don't forget to put God first also.

He agreed to it but said he keeps on wondering why with all these factors, relationships still don't work out especially after putting in your best. He also asked, "How do you bridge a relationship that's distant,  and Don't you think it can make the heart grow fonder?, Like staying away from your lover might dampen his or her love" I replied him that Good and constant  communication can keep them going, also, There's no distance in the realm of the spirit, in this case love.

I maybe right or wrong when it comes to long distance relationships. I haven't done it before though, so I don't know how really they do it. So dearest pamscribers, what will be your answers to the above questions? Let's roll. Cheers.


  1. I will say that if a relationship fails after putting in your best, you just chill.. All relationship aren't altar bound you know.

  2. Me I don't like long distance relationship...

  3. I don't like distance relationship, I believe anyone into it,it's Just in for child's play . there it's no criteria/manual for any good relationship

  4. Well what works for one might not work for the other. Some Kong distance relationships have led to marriage. The key is finding what works for you and stick to it

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