A and B, C your way out

No matter how exclusive your relationship is you always tend to see someone else trying to give you their thoughts and opinions. Outsiders can be another detriment to a relationship because there are no two people that act the same exact way. Sociologically, they can’t help themselves. In society we have trained people to interfere with relationships and they don’t realize that they are being robots. For example; fathers believe they have to dislike any boy that their daughter dates, or the best friends from both sides of the relationship give relationship advice. Often families push their traditional values on the younger generations.  If people are influencing your decisions and they are not involved in the relationship they may be giving bad advice and not knowing it, but they are forced to give it by social standards. In this situation I suggest taking actions in your relationship with caution.


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