Q. What is the most valuable lesson that you have learned from your previous relationship?

What is the most valuable lesson that you have learned from your previous relationship?


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  • ishaan

    Each and every relation teaches us a lot many things.
    The best lesson I learnt from my past relation is to be open and clear about your thoughts and opinions with your partner.
    At times, to save yourself from being in a fight you let go certain things and then those things start piling up.
    It won’t come like a sudden death of the relationship but it’s like slow poison.
    One after the other thing that you don’t share and discuss with your partner in fear of ruining your relationship is what ruins it the most.
    So that is why I have learned to be very straightforward in with anyone and everyone I meet.
    This kind off simplifies a lot of things.


       

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