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When we focus on only ourselves, our needs, our wants and desires, the needs of the others in our community get overlooked.
When this happens in a relationship, it all begins to fall apart.
Once we no longer accept that as a necessity, we will lose the ability to create a loving relationship. The problem is such movies are incredibly inaccurate and often end up doing more harm than good.
They create impossible expectations -- expectations that always leave us disappointed in the end, not to mention confused.
How could you not question your love for someone when your story doesn't line up with what you believe defines a happily ever after? Never has been, never will be, and yet, we are all looking for that perfect individual.
We are all looking to become that perfect individual.
The problem is instant gratification is addicting and often becomes a habit, a habit that tends to seep into our love lives.
Relationships are really nothing more than granular communities.
Every individual in the world is egocentric; we all think about our needs and ourselves first and foremost.
Whether this is good or bad doesn't really matter; the world is the way it is. The problem arises when our egocentricity overtakes our ability to feel empathy.
And what the relationship often needs is for you to compromise.
So you're left with a dilemma, which is fine, as long as you accept that compromises need to be made. We grew up on Disney movies and learned all about love through the stories they told -- or at least I did.