12. It Will Work: You’ve Helped Each Other Through Some Hard Times
It’s safe to say that many relationships could work out if each person was always happy, always successful, and never experienced any tough times. Of course, that’s not only unrealistic, that’s just not the way that life is.
Everyone has struggled at different times.
Have you and your boyfriend each gone through something difficult during the first six months of your relationship and helped each other? Have you been compassionate and felt more in love than ever? There is a really good chance that this means you two are really meant for each other and that your relationship will only continue in this awesome direction.
11. It Won’t Work: You Never Want Him To See Anyone Else (Or He Does That To You)
Being in love is great and all, but you need other relationships, too. You have to keep hanging out with your friends and making time to see your relatives even when you’re in a new relationship. It’s not fair to ignore them and freeze them out when they have always loved you and been there for you. You wouldn’t want your best friend to ignore you just because she got a new boyfriend.
If you don’t let your boyfriend see his friends because you want him to see you all the time, or he does that to you, it’s not healthy and it’s not going to work out between you two. This is really negative behavior.