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Three relationship questions we fail to ask

Wanjiku Kimani

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Getting into a relationship can be daunting and exciting in the same measure. And in the heat of the moment, we miss asking some very

important questions that come to haunt us later. We avoid these topics hoping they will work themselves out or worse still, they make us

uncomfortable.

Arguing in a relationship, is it natural or compulsory?

What is the difference between an argument and a debate? Can one honestly remove arguing from a relationship? What happens if we cannot find neutral ground? Either way, this question is emotional and subjective. At times we are immature and petty, at times hold back our reactions. How you handle this is a make or break defining response.

Is your partner entitled to your passwords?

In my opinion, if you go looking for trouble you will find it. I don't care if my significant other wants my passwords, they just won't have

it. Period. I can think of absolutely no good that will come out of this sharing.

Is being faithful hard?

If being faithful is easy, why do so many of us cheat? Where do we draw the lines? What is our code? Our moral ethics?. How do we get to mend if a line is crossed?

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