Note: The continuation of this blog post is turned into a pdf for slow net purposes. You can find the download at the end of this post. But be sure to finish reading this post, because the pdf starts at page 19-32. I’ve also put the download link at the center of this post. Got that! Okay here we goooo!
Let’s start off with a story:
Way back when I was in my goody-two-shoes, fifteen-year-old stage, I had the worst boyfriend ever.
Well, just like in many stories, the stars weren’t so right, and destiny said we’re not meant to be together.
So in short, he dumped me, and we broke up and boo-hoo, we never spoke again.
You know I still remember the good old times, sending each other cheeky “goodnight” and “good morning” messages every single day…
In the hottest afternoons, we would hold each other’s sweaty hands under the library table when nobody was looking.
We snuck lame and fuzzy video chats every Saturday night, which we had to hide from our parents. Especially from his strict parents. (Oh boy…)
And lastly, I cannot forget the first gift I received from him. It was Christmas.
Why I’m telling you this?
Because that’s one brilliant example of puppy love. AKA an Immature relationship.
If you’re reading this post, then I’m pretty sure you’re confused about your feelings toward your relationship.
Let me guess.
Are you having doubts about whether your Knight in Shining Armor is taking your love seriously? Is he head over heels for you? Does he think of you as a future wife, or just a girlfriend?
Let’s call an audible on feeling like your feelings are “not enough’ … or feeling like you’re not sure if he is the right and wonderful guy for you.
Well, honey, you’re on the right track.
In this post, I’m going to show you what’s the different between mature vs immature relationship for starting and long term millennial couples.
So why don’t you sit back and relax as you scroll through this cute chat bubble comic strip I made, just for you! (If you’re wondering who is talking on the other side, that’s my imaginary friend. (Hee-hee!)
And after you read this post, you will be stuffed with bright knowledge and be wittier as you ever were before!
(WARNING: THIS POST WILL TAKE YOU 10-20 MINS TO READ, SO GET YOUR POPCORN READY AND DON’T CONSUME THIS POST IN ONE READ!)