Babcia is my Polish grandmother. She meant soo much to me. She was there for me through everything. Made it to soccer games and band concerts, my graduation and so much more. She helped raise me. Waking up in the morning when my parents went to work, she would be there making eggos or oatmeal. Then she would take me and my siblings to school then pick us up after. She was the best grandmother anyone could ask for. I love her so much. And now she’s gone. Died in her sleep. I hope it was a peaceful passing. No more suffering Babcia. Dying last night, 6 days before your 84th birthday. Staying young Babcia, staying young. Heaven just received an amazing person. I love you soo much Babcia, rest in eternal peace.
I want prince charming. Maybe not like the guy that comes charging in my house and steal me away. But a more modern prince charming. I want a guy to do anything for me like I would do for him. I want him to want to see me. I want to wake up to cheesy texts in the mornings. I want him to take me on surprise dates. I want to wisp me off my feet. I want to know that he is putting in as much effort into the relationship as me. I want him to do anything to see me. Why? Because I need special in my life. I need a guy that will care for me and take care of me. That will support me in everything I want and wish to do.
I want him to know. I want him to take the time to learn me. To know how I feel without me saying anything. I want him to know how to make me happy. I don’t want to tell a guy what to say or do to make me feel better. I just want him to know.
Everyone knows about the main things in a relationship on what to do and not to do. Of course you respect your partner, be loyal, trustworthy, and trust them, and so forth. But if you really want to make a relationship last, there are 6 key things that I have learned from experience that really keeps it going.
1.) Get out- get out of the house/apartment/indoors, and go outside. Go for a hike, go walk downtown, go for a bike ride, go to a party, go to a movie. But get out of the house or wherever and spend time in public with your partner. Show them off, be proud to have them walking with you and holding your hand.
2.) admit when you’re wrong - it’s a hard thing to do, but you can respect a person more when they tell the truth and admit when they are wrong. Be a respectable person, guy or girl.
3.) fix your problems - don’t shrug it off or brush it away. Not all problems can be fixed but compromises can be made. So, make them. Fix them, and LEARN from them.
4.) don’t leave elephants in the room - yes women tend to bring up old issues more than men, but men do it too. Move on. Fix the problem and move on. Forgive the other person, and trust they won’t do it again, if you can’t then re-evaluate your relationship.
5.) tell the other person how you feel - good or bad. guys and girls. Tell them, because they need to know. They can’t read your mind or your emotions.
6.) remind them that you love them - just saying the words “I love you” isn’t enough. You have to express your love. Saying the words are nice to hear, but show your partner that you actually love them. Compliment them and do nice things for them. And accept their love as well.