2. You Get Comfortable

You Get Comfortable

Feeling comfortable in your relationship is wonderful.

It's a blissful place to be, a place where you aren't constantly worried about making a bad impression.

You stop fretting about the silly things, like letting your new boo see the messy way you eat spaghetti.

Complacency is no bad thing, but as you get more comfortable, you stop trying to hide your love of chocolate or your preference for eating Goldfish crackers in bed.

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Denise Rodriguez
love this!!!
bookworm
Thank
Melissa
Yup! Very true...the other night we were watching a movie at home and we each ate a bag of chips! Mine were sweet potato chips....but still, it can get bad! He still loves even when I gain/lose the 5-10 lbs on and off
peony blue
So so true
Gaby_
I felt so identified with almost all of this.
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