Every relationship has two participants. Depending on the involvement of the participants, one may determine who is the dominant one and who is the other. Who loves more than the other. This is not only the case with a love relationship, but in any relationship that you may find. A mother and child, a brother and sister, a father and daughter or between two friends. Things go fine when this relationship includes these two people. The moment the baggage of nostalgia or the shadow or the thoughts of a third person enters, or of the crowd around (people you know and talk of), it is then that the relationship starts decaying. And one fine day, comes the question, (indirectly of course), who is important? this third person or me??

You have to give an answer that avoids the storm. And your dear relation (the partner in the relationship) feels betrayed. H/She says, “your answer is self explanatory. You are more worried for this third person and you’ve shown me my position in your life.”

Your love is shattered, your relationship in pieces and you, depressed. How, then, do you calm the Tsunami that storms in your heart???

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