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Relationship wise is focused on providing information on what type of relationship you want. Better yet what type of relationship we are in. Many of us are in relationships and do not even know. It is my belief that people need to know what relationship is and the different types of relationship. What of the utmost importance of relationships. I am committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of what I do is for individuals who are just not sure where they are at in a relationship and just need some advice about their relationships. Or even a way they can have some fun playing games. Even couples come on the website to have fun with the games.
We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry.
Many will ask later in a relationship: Is this what I wanted? What did I get myself in? This is too much for me. Many questions will arise! This is why it is important for us to know what we want first before we go in a relationship.
First lets' define what is?
What is a relationship?
Relationship is defined as " The way in which two or more concepts, objects, or people are connected, or the state of being connected."
What are the different types of relationship?
The Never Ending Relationship
Everyone seems to know someone in the Never-Ending Relationship; it’s characterized by a simple feeling – often by those witness to the relationship – of “never going to end,” despite the fact that those inside the relationship are miserable, unsatisfied and could, in fact, find someone that would make them happier. It’s also likely to be of an On-Again/ Off-Again nature. The individuals in this type of relationship are most likely to stay with each other, despite their unsatisfactory condition, because a) life without the other seems terrifying and/or b) Single Life seems terrifying. This is because they have gotten so used to each other’s company that a strong bond of codependence has formed, and as such have come to rely on the solace and comfort of, for example, not being subject to the rigorous standards one faces in the dating scene, having someone around when lonely, or even relying on someone to pick up after you. Often, the love that once existed in the Never-Ending Relationship is replaced by a symbol of Love. This symbol of Love becomes enough, and what is valued, and so it becomes their trophy for living a normal and successful life, which is perhaps one of the most important ideals one in this type of relationship can achieve.
The Intense Relationship
The Intense Relationship starts off with a bang and ends in a small-scale war. The commencement of this union usually occurs unexpectedly, suddenly, magically and passionately: one night, everything is boring, the same, the usual, etc., and 12 hours later, everything is vibrant, unexpected, delightful, and literally forever-changed. The parties in the Intense Relationship seem, to each other, to come out of nowhere; they may have been around each other for a long time, yet just never noticed, or they may see each other once, and the rest of the story will be burned into their minds, remaining there until death. The Intense Relationship is excellent and crazy, and those in them are known to neglect everything – work, school, personal relationships – in favor of complete immersion in the world of their love. And indeed, Love is established quickly and without question, and as such, there are – for a time – no hesitations, awkward silences, misunderstandings, or sexual hurdles. Everything is incredibly as if the two individuals have become a singular entity operating only on a shared, unconscious feeling that can exist only between them. But inevitably, the same feelings that allowed such an extreme amount of emotion – recklessness, carelessness, lack of emotional barriers – are those that cause the Intense Relationship’s downfall, and the two are eventually observed going down in a screaming, violent, fiery rage, never to speak to each other again.