Today, we're going over a breakup and I'm gonna be giving my opinion on Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth's break up. Let's go over their relationship from the start and where I see they should've done to avoid the breakup.
In life, things always end so you should not expect things to be permanent. People will change and it will go against what you want so you have to compromise.
First of all, there's no such thing as anybody's made for each other so let's get that out the way. You can be made for each other temporarily but people always change over time. The person who you know today may not be the same person two years from now.
I think Liam was too much of a little bitch with her and that's the problm when women dates super sensitive guys, women get too masculine. Another thing is, I believe that she was more distant to him than he was to her and because of that it made him chase her more.
Miley is too wild and too out there for him. For this to work out, Liam needs to be the one who's willing to walk away and not the other way around. She has to be the one that wants to tame him and not the opposite way around.
I know relationships go through break ups but usually, things never happen just once. If somebody breaks up with you once, they're gonna break up with you again. And this is how you get emotionally scared for life, being in these on-off relationships. It's best not to have company than to have a company that's up and down like that. It's just not worth it.
When you get a guy that's too feminine, you start to act out because he's letting you to act out. When you get used to being the man in the relationship, you'll end up alone. I've seen it.
It's a waste of time being with man who you're gonna run over. You are not doing yourself a favor because you're becoming more aggressive and more like a man. It's not good for you. When a guy loses control, he becomes the woman and you don't want that. You want to have that natural feminine and masculine role because that's how it always worked and nothing is demeaning about that. It's just a role.
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