On one hand, when your other half doesn’t really like something about you, should you change it and find a way to compromise with them so it can make the relationship better…. Or should they just accept it. It’s you. It’s who you are. It was a part of the package that they should have been willing to accept to be with you.
It’s such a fine line.
On one hand, a person should love someone for who they are. Granted they may not love or like every little thing about them, they should accept it. Why? Because they love that person.
On the other hand, the person with the flaw should be willing to put aside their bad mannerisms and habits to be with, work with, and make the one they love happy. For instance, if one has a bad temper.. Should they change it and learn to control it more, or should the other person understand that their lover has an issue with it and is careful when it comes to dealing with it.
Where exactly is the line on that one? I mean, we shouldn’t have to change for the ones that love us…. But we should be able to change for the ones we love.
And even if you love someone, understand and accept everything about them… You never stop learning new things about a person.. It’s constant. You may think you know and love everything about them… But later on down the line, they might surprise you with something you never knew they had in them. Whether or not you like it, are willing to deal with it, or they change it; it’s there.