The Happily Ever After Fallacy

The Happily Ever After fallacy is the false idea that finding someone is the hard part of finding love

The hard work of love isn’t just finding someone, there’s making it work, keeping the love alive, understanding different relationship phases, and navigating the ups and downs

Finding somebody is challenging, but that’s not where the hard work ends.

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