Every single TV show or Netflix movie seems to have their own idea of a perfect relationship, but in real life love by no means looks the same.
For example, a while ago I got hooked on the show Gossip Girl. It’s a TV series based around the lives of six teenagers living a luxurious life in the Upper East Side of New York. The relationship that fascinated me the most was Chuck and Blair’s.
*warning if you have not finished the series be prepared for spoilers*
In Season 1, Blair had another boyfriend, and Chuck, well, Chuck was being himself. Throughout the series they grow closer and closer. At one point after a fight, Chuck imported all of Blair’s favorite items from countries around the world to make it up to her. I’m not sure if it’s just me, but that seems pretty unrealistic.
Besides that fact, love is a strange concept. Should you get butterflies? What are butterflies? How do people know if they found The One?
If you ask me, falling in love must be one of the craziest adventures of a lifetime. It seems like most girls dream of planning their wedding and dressing their children, but what if it’s not as perfect as all the pictures make it seem? But, I am only sixteen, so I got some time until I need to worry about that.
Now I’m not saying that finding your “perfect match” is impossible, I’m just saying it’s a weird concept.
The truth is that I know it’s possible to find The One because I have an example living with me, my mom and my dad.
Actually, the other day I was Facebook stalking my mom and my aunt, and I came across pictures of them when they first met my dad and my uncle. From day one, you could tell even in the pictures that they were going to get married. They found their one.
But, how did they know? How did fate bring them together?
I guess there are some questions you will never truly get answers to...