My Partner, My Best Friend
Having your best friend as your better half is different from having your significant other as your best friend. Being best friends with your partner is probably one of the most amazing feeling one can experience in a relationship. But how can you consider your partner as your best friend?
I’ve known a lot of people who are having a hard time dealing with their partner particularly in terms of decision making and other things. They are not open with their partner and don’t really tell them everything. This kind of relationship may not be healthy as it may cause misunderstanding and lack of deep communication between the couple. However, there are also couples who don’t consider their partners as their best friend but, they have an intimate and healthy relationship as well.
The ones who have their best friends as their significant other are considered the lucky ones; this is the best relationship anyone can ask for. Transitioning from friend to significant other will eventually build more trust between the two of you, as well as it will deepen the foundation of your relationship. Some find it hard to be best friends with their partner because of indifferences, however there are some that find it comfortable for being able to share all of their thoughts and concerns with no judgement.
Well it’s not that really hard to be best friends with your partner, as long as you understand and respect each other’s opinion and differences. Starting off, you can tell your partner some things that you would only tell your best friend and see how it goes. It’s best, in a relationship, that you don’t hide anything from each other; this will help you to know more about your other half and continue to strengthen your relationship to make it more precious.
What about you? Are you best friends with your partner? If not, what do you think about this blog post? Do you think it is better to be best friends or should relationship and friendship be separate? Feel free to share your comments and opinions below.