Why You Need to Get Rid of the Idea of #RelationshipGoals ...


It might make a cute Instagram tag, but in reality, it's time to strike #RelationshipGoals from your lexicon of love – because it isn't realistic. Granted, nothing about Instagram life is exactly realistic, ditto Snapchat and Vine and what-have-you, but that's especially true for love. The next time you see a snap of a lovey-dovey couple, remember that you're only seeing a single second in time, one moment, one image. That's not a goal, it's a snapshot – and mistaking the perfect you see on social media for real love goals can tank you before you even have a chance.

1. Every Relationship is Obviously Different

Every Relationship is Obviously Different

To paraphrase, all happy couples are alike; each unhappy couple is unhappy in its own way. You may want a taste of the happiness you see in the snapshots of couples you know and celebrity lovers, their names and fingers entangled, their love captured by the perfect filter. Their goals aren't your goals. Your goals aren't theirs.

So You Have to Make Your Own Goals


I agree. My boyfriend and I've been together for 5 years now (since we both were 14) and we rarely share anything about out relationship online but we've seen so many couples try too hard to be the "p...
vane karolle
You're so right about it all !!
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