So, here we are then: a brand-new apartment—one with central air, walk-in closets, a dishwasher, a washer and dryer, and a balcony that overlooks a field of trees—and more than one important lesson learned. In addition to the crying trick, I also realized—or, I suppose re-realized—just how important it is to compromise in a relationship. This whole move has been a series of compromising and I was reminded over and over and over that you have to bend and stretch a little if you want the other person to meet you in the middle. In the end we went with a shade of green that was exactly in between what we both had wanted. I wasn't surprised when we painted it on the kitchen walls and realized it was the perfect color after all. The Frisky: 8 Questions To Ask Yourself Before You Move For Love
Written by by Wendy Atterberry for The Frisky.