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Ok admit it. We all did some stupid things while we were in high
school. We tried to look cool and get attention from others. And
sometimes just to look cool, we got into relationships. Because
Ok admit it. We all did some stupid things while we were in high school. We tried to look cool and get attention from others. And sometimes just to look cool, we got into relationships. Because having a freaking girlfriend/boyfriend during high school was a huge deal. Those relations had a conditional nature. We did it because we were benefitted from it.
But it's OK. We are supposed to pass through that stupid phase in order to learn from it. In order to grow. What's not OK is the fact that most people, for whatever reason stay stuck in that coolness phase. They are with their partners because of money or contacts or for anything else other than pure unconditional longing for one another.
These relations eventually die out after leaving some other important emotions damaged like self-respect or humility or trust. Conditional relationships are not real relationships. They are more like a deal but none of the person involved knows another's intentions.
We need to put some sense into ourselves and start asking our significant other questions like "would you still call me if I moved to the States?". Also we need to turn around and ask ourselves "would I still hang out with him if he doesn't give me the free concert tickets?". If the answers of these questions are anything other than "It wouldn't change anything" then the nature of your relationship is conditional. And you have got to change that.
All of these seem a little difficult. But relationships are difficult by nature because people are difficult by nature. If life would be all fun and games, we wouldn't ever learn. We wouldn't grow.