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After talking with many couples for research and curiosity. The hardest thing they have to overcome is the first admission of feelings. After that, it continues to take great courage to trust another person with those feelings. But it doesn’t end there. When the couple can’t be or stay open about their feeling – the relationship starts to fall apart. It is often stressed communication is the key to making the relationship work; compromising is equally important too. If you know me I’ve had boyfriends and a past fiancee. Working on these books made me wonder is there only one person for us, what happens if you miss him or her? Does another come along or will you keep getting chances to win their heart? From what I have witnessed, there are many “will do’s” but only one “My one & only”. What you need is always different for each person. That is why love/romance books are so popular and will never end. There are just so many stories to tell. I have also wondered is it true the person who confessed love first is the top dog in the relationship? I don’t think so. I agree it takes a massive amount of courage to be honest like that. Yet, I truly believe that the best relationships are ones where there is equal respect, honesty, and trust. The person who first confesses is the key to the start of the new beginning together and gets huge kudos. Sometimes a person has to confess or be vulnerable more than once. It is important to be open. If you don’t try you won’t know. Due to bad timing, or miss understandings you can easily get discouraged. Both parties have equal responsibilities to give their best to keep the relationship good. It won’t always be equal. But that’s not an excuse to not try your best. I think that saying is true love is a battlefield – because you have to fight to keep it going, you have to fight for it. Otherwise, someone or something may steal your love away.   You may not always feel in love, you may not always like the person. But at the end of the day who would, you want to be with?  Your mate should be your best friend, not just a love interest. Someone that will love you for your flaws and scars as well as your inner and outer beauty. Because you are worth it.! Also, it is not ok if they abuse you – emotionally, mentally or physically… That is not love, that is control.

I am encouraged by my research and I have hope my one will come eventually to stay in my heart and life. WHEN the time is right for me.  I hope you find that one you are willing to fight for too. In the meantime keep an eye here on info on my upcoming works. Also please don’t forget my blog., writing and life are a work in progress as always but there for a reason.

God bless you all.

♡Amy Jane ♡

Relationship research & Advice…..


After talking with many couples for research and curiosity. The hardest thing they have to overcome is the first admission of feelings. After that it continues to take great courage to trust another person with those feelings. But it doesn’t end there. When the couple can’t be or stay open about their feeling – the relationship starts to fall apart. It is often stressed Communication is the key to making it work. But compromising is equally important to them. Comparability is important too. But not as important. If you know me I’ve had boyfriends, a fiancée. Working on these books made me wonder is there only one person for us, what happens if you miss him or her? Does another come along or will you keep getting chances to win their heart? From what I have witnessed, there are many “will do’s” but also “My one & only”.

Each pairing is always different. That is why love / romance books are so popular and will never end. So many stories to tell. I’ve  also wondered is it true the person who confessed love first is top dog in the relationship? I don’t think so. I agree it takes a massive amount of courage to be honest like that. But I truly believe that the best relationships are ones where there is equal respect, honesty, and trust. The last person who confesses first was the key to the start of the New beginning together and gets huge kudos. Sometimes a per has to confess more then once or they take turns. Due to bad timing, or miss understandings. Both parties have equal responsibilities to do to give their best to keep the relationship good. It won’t always be equal. But that’s not an excuse to not try you best. I have a lot more to add to this, but another time another day.

I am encouraged by my research and I have hope my one will come eventually to stay in my heart and life. WHEN the time is right for me. In the meantime keep an eye here on info on my upcoming works. ALSO  keep coming back to my blog…  it’s in a constant   a work in progress as always but there for a reason. God bless you all.

♡Amy Jane ♡

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