Relationships are built on communication, and communication is a two-way street. To do so you need to be a good listener. You can’t have a good conversation if you’re always preparing to explain yourself, add in your two cents or tell your own related story. That’s not a meaningful conversation, that’s a monologue!
Before you can start loving someone else, you have to realize that the greatest relationship you can have is with yourself. Therefore, relationships serve as mirrors, showing us our brightest light or our darkest shadow. And that’s from where the secrets of happy couples stem from.
Truman Capote was a witty guy. Famous for his conversational prowess and slightly ridiculous accent. He once said: “A conversation is a dialogue, not a monologue. That’s why there are so few good conversations: due to scarcity, two intelligent talkers seldom meet.”
“Why am I single?” or “why am I still single?”. Those are two of the most common questions people aged between 25 and 35 ask themselves. If you are also asking yourself this question, here you might find the answer.