The Tom and Jerry kind of relationship

 The Tom and Jerry kind of relationship

The Tom and Jerry kind of relationship

The phrase "Tom and Jerry kind of relationship" is frequently used to describe a situation in which two people have a love-hate relationship that is marked by frequent fights and conflicts, but also by moments of fondness and camaraderie. 

This term is originated from the iconic cartoon series "Tom and Jerry," which portrays a cat and mouse who are always chasing and fighting each other, but who also occasionally work together to solve a common problem.

In real life, a Tom and Jerry kind of relationship can be challenging and emotionally exhausting. It's important to communicate effectively and work on resolving conflicts in a healthy way, rather than getting stuck in a cycle of negativity and drama.

I've seen many people enter into relationships prior to marriage in order to prepare for marriage, but with a game-playing attitude. 

A lot of youths today needs to be admonished to come to the best knowledge for successful relationship, marriage and home. 

Today, relationships have become fashionable, and many people particularly young people enter into them for the sake of enjoyment rather than marriage. 

Two adversaries cannot marry; marriage is formed by the union of two lovers of opposite sex. 

At the end of the day, as a result of game play, they become enemies. 

In this piece, I'd like to highlight one red indicator in a relationship that ruins happiness. 

The Tom and Jerry type of relationship is one in which there is constant misunderstanding, conflicts, pretensive plays, and other behaviors that kill love for each other. 

We frequently see Jerry play tricks on Tom because he is always trying to outwit Tom. 

Many people do this in relationships, trying to outwit their partners. 

They pretend to love, yet they drain you of everything you have. 

They may act as though they truly love and care about you, but they have a hidden agenda. 

Many people engage into relationships for the sake of money or other possessions. 

They will always come to you based on the circumstances. Their love or compassion is always conditional.

When you constantly inquire, it makes your partner angry and weary. It will never bring you joy or happiness because your partner is aware that you are in it for the money. 

This can be quite difficult for the other person and may diminish genuine affection. 

It's a factor that really cause love-hate drama in relationship.

A Tom and Jerry type of relationship in a boyfriend and girlfriend relationship could be characterized by many arguments and conflicts, but also by tremendous passion and affection.

A couple, for example, may have various communication styles or methods of expressing their emotions. They may dispute frequently over trivial matters, but they instantly reconcile and have tremendous physical connection.

This kind of relationship can be exciting and passionate for the unserious and non-business minded people. It is always okay for the sharow minded people, but also emotionally draining and potentially damaging if the conflicts are not resolved in a healthy way. It's important for the couple to communicate openly and honestly, and to be willing to work on their issues together rather than just repeating the same cycle of fighting and making up.

If the couple can learn to understand and appreciate each other's differences, and find common ground for compromise and mutual respect, they can build a stronger and more fulfilling relationship over time.

We also have those who keep the opposite spouse puzzled. Putting someone in suspense in order to get their attention can be both annoying and manipulative. 

To make your spouse or lover care about you, a lady once told me that you should occasionally hold him in suspense, which means that when he phones, you shouldn't always pick up the phone, and when he texts you, you shouldn't always respond right away.

I was laughing by what she said. I reminded her that if you truly want pure love and joy to continue, you must treat him with the utmost respect, because no one would entertain such behavior, no matter how beautiful you are, because you are putting in his mind what you will be in marriage. You will not find a business-minded, visionary man who will entertain what is known as suspense. It is a worldwide act of relationship that causes a lot of emotional anguish. 

You can opt not to respond to him, but if you do, your status will be updated and he will see it, implying that you are unconcerned about what he has sent you, which is the height of rudeness. 

This game of hide and seek in relationships is a lethal disease.

Another attitude that kills is mood swings. Many women experience mood swings. Most of the time, they prefer not to reveal their inner desires, and because they refuse to communicate, they expect their partners to know what is going on with them and to assist them as if they were magicians. 

You can ask them questions about what is going on, but they will prefer not to answer because they are fighting within themselves and do not want to voice it out, so they pile up hatred and blame it on the other partner because they are concerned about their loneliness and thinking. Most people have this attitude, and it kills.

Ephesians 4:31-32

[31]Let all bitterness, and wrath, and anger, and clamour, and evil speaking, be put away from you, with all malice:

[32]And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ's sake hath forgiven you.

Philippians 2:4

[4]Look not every man on his own things, but every man also on the things of others.

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