When I think of the phrase "long term relationship", I think it would be a minimum of at least 10 years or more.In your opinion, what length of time defines "long term relationship"? I was in a long term (20 year relationship) and would not consider anything less than 10 years a long term relationship.Here’s how it goes: You meet someone, you fall in love, you meet their parents, you get engaged, you get married, you have a baby, you have another baby, you move to Florida. Here are 12 less-than-romantic relationship milestones every couple can expect to face when things get serious.Those are all the major relationship moments worth celebrating, right? Introducing our new guest blog from Kate Thompson, writer, wedding expert and agony aunt over at Confetti.In her post, Kate tells us the secrets behind a successful long-term relationship and gives advice on how to overcome the traditional expectations of romance. Our expectations of ‘boy meets girl’ begin with a prince and princess and highly idealised notions of romance.
In Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, Louis de Bernières describes the difference between ‘falling in love’ and simply loving, a lesson, for many, which is pivotal to the success of any long-term relationship.
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Every evening I walk down the main street of my neighborhood on my way home from work and usually pop into a local spot to pick up dinner.
This street offers every type of food under the sun — Korean, Greek, Italian, Lebanese, Portuguese, you name it, my street’s got it.