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All or nothing

"Every couple needs to argue now and then. Just to prove that the relationship is strong enough to survive..." - Nicholas Sparks

I honestly would say that relationships are never easy. What more long-distance relationships. It definitely isn't as easy as telling him you love him. Sometimes you'd be madly in love and crazy about each other... on cloud nine, then sometimes you'd find the both of you arguing for the littlest things in life and fighting like it's the end of the world. Though I have to admit it's actually pretty normal. No matter how much you hate arguing, you hate fighting, there will always be disagreements between each other, arguments and fights. And this basically happens because we are different. We are not the same. We all have different personalities, different views about things, how we see things are different and the way we think are different. Just like Marcus and I. Both different. We might love the same things, but at the same time we don't. Like how I love seafood, you name it: prawns, crabs, fish, scallops. I love frogs and escargots. But he doesn't. He loves Maths, I don't. He loves all these electro house music and I'm starting to like listening to those kind of music. I feel like I don't really know everything about him yet. I feel like I'm still getting to know him. And I love it. I mean, we have been together for almost seven years now and I still have something new to discover about him each day.

I know it can be pretty tough sometimes. But I think if you really love someone, you'd fight for them, you'd change for them. You'd still care for them even when you're pissed at them. You'd still think about the good times you had with each other. And no matter the tears you had shed, you'd still think about them. I still do think about him. All the time. Even when we've just fought. I'd think about him, think maybe sometimes it was my fault, think about him hugging me, kissing me gently. Just that little thought in your head will change your mind, that you shouldn't just give up and throw it all away, and to waste. If he's right there and he's the one, what is not worth fighting for?

Everything, everything is worth it.