14. You Should Compromise Your Vacation Style
Vacationing together is one of the most fun parts of being in a relationship. But there’s a good chance that you could fall in love with someone who has a totally different idea of what makes a good vacation. You might be all about relaxing by the pool in a five-star coastal resort, and he might find it rejuvenating to hike up mountains or visit museums.
Lots of money and planning time goes into trips away, so you should be prepared to compromise.
You don’t always have to do what the other person wants, but you should design vacations that satisfy both of you.
13. You Shouldn’t Compromise Your Friends And Family
It can be a challenge to maintain strong relationships with everybody in your life once you have a serious romantic relationship going on, but we think it’s wise to always put in the effort. For starters, good friends and family don’t deserve to be shunned just because you’ve fallen in love.
You don’t want to be that person. And it’s never a good idea to isolate yourself away from the people who care about you. In fact, if a partner is pressuring you to make that sacrifice, you might want to think about whether they’re really the best partner for you.