A relationship is like a good computer: it does exactly what you need it to do for you when it’s well maintained, and when you can do without it for a…

A relationship is like a good computer: it does exactly what you need it to do for you when it’s well maintained, and when you can do without it for a little while, you can put it on hibernate, but only because you’ve established how important it is to you with all of the hardware you’ve put in. Hard work, same difference. In the same way, if neglect arises more often than not, prepare for the worst: we’ve all seen the screen. It’s blue, and shows just how much of our perseverance and quality time spent we’ll never be able to get back. A relationship crashing can be avoided though, no matter how unfit its participants. Reconnecting should be a way to do that, but so many are reluctant to, so many are almost afraid to even greet, never mind have a conversation, with someone that they knew at one point in their lives. It seems like fear of being forgotten, or neglected yourself, gets in the way. Though if you don’t take the first step, then who will? I think one of the most painful things that someone can experience is a deteriorating relationship. I’ll gladly reconnect, even given the risk that the other person may not be willing to do the same. And for you guys?
– Eric

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