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Changes to what makes someone a great catch

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    I really appreciate this perspective, because I think too often the way things are today encourages people to get tired more easily and focus on whether they are pleased or happy all the time, and when there is struggle or difficulty, this is seen as a sign of the wrong person or time to leave. There's less a sense that over time you do adjust and learn to appreciate each other's personalities and learn to navigate the relationship. I think we give far too much credit to whether something just feels good or feels right, even if it isn't practical or realistic, especially if the focus is mostly on appearance and not enough on whether someone has good relationship skills or qualities that are beneficial for building a healthy relationship. Instead, you have many simply going by how they feel in the moment, and hailing the idea of non-committment as better and more natural. There's the tendency as well to think that if you have to make effort then it's not right at all, which doesn't bode well for a long term relationship.
     
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    The grass is always on the other side expression comes to mind.

    So many people always fall for it because of what they see rather than using rational thinking. It's as though rational thinking is a crime.
     
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