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Rated: 18+ · Column · Romance/Love · #1681507
Whilst in a relationship, when will it just remain to be the 2 of us and no one else?
Now we all know we've been there... Right? That part of the relationship when we're dating that new someone? Where everything feels Safe, Refreshing, Warm, Romantic,...Etc. A new sheet to start all over. And some potentially new problems if we aren't careful. The main and minor but sometimes frustrating problem in the relationship, is making time for just... The two of us and Only the two of us. Once again, Haven't we All been here at this point in the earlier times of our relationships? ...

Couples of today in America and all over the world experience the " Oh, I can't have dinner with you tonight, I'm sorry, I've already promised my friends I'd go with them to dinner. Wait! Can't we just invite them with us? Speil . That's normal. It's just the fact that after a while it gets old and frustrating because instead of being "table for 2" It becomes "Booth for 8 please?" . Mitch, A good friend, had set up reservations at Shogun ,(An amazing Japanese food restaurant where you can watching your food be made which also serves up as entertainment as well.), thinking it'd be him and his significant "Datee", Stelel. Boy was he wrong. Later on he confided to me in a text that he felt completely "Ambushed" and hurt at the fact that the date he anticipated long enough for seemed it was of no existence. From that point on it was no longer just "The two" but it turned into a group fest which wasn't what he bargained for.

When it comes to relationships... What does it take to solve this never ending equation that seems to involve more variables than just "X & Y"? Why is it that when we finally get down to a solved answer it's never just 2 simple components? When will 2 be the remaining number?
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