Mature couples don’t “fall in love,” they step into it. Love isn’t something you fall for; it’s something you rise for. Falling denotes lowering oneself, dropping down and being stuck somewhere lower than where you started. You have to get up from falling. Love isn’t like that — at least not with people who are doing it right. Immature couples fall; mature couples coast. Because love is either a passing game, or it’s forever. Love is either wrong, or it’s right.
A couple is either mature or immature. How do you know? How can you tell if your relationship is in it for the long haul or the two-month plummet everyone predicted behind your love-obsessed back? First, it should be easy, from the beginning to end. There are no passionate fights with passionate make-up sex. There’s no obsessive calling, texting or worrying. There’s no real drama. Because drama is for kids. Drama is for people who don’t know how to have a relationship — who live by idealistic, preconceived notions that love must be wild and obsessive. Love is easy. It’s the easiest thing you’ve ever done. It’s the calmest place in your life, the safest blanket you’ve ever worn. It’s something that happens naturally; it doesn’t need to be fought for day in and day out. When you love someone, and he or she loves you, and there’s no doubt to his or her feelings and no doubt to yours, that’s peace of mind. A peace of mind you’ve never had before.. the kind that humbles and revives you.
A mature relationship lives by this peace of mind;
immature ones drown in it. Immature relationships ask questions; mature relationships answer them
Immature relationships are all about doubts. Does he love me? Is she cheating on me? Will we be together in two months? Mature couples don’t need to ask questions. They already know the answers, and they don’t need reassurance from their partners. They are comfortable and secure and free of doubt because mature love isn’t about all those small questions, but a comfort in knowing the big one is answered.