The first days in a relationship are always exciting and fun to be in, but you soon get to find out that the relationship you are in is different than many others. Knowing a long lasting relationship where both of you are committed is not easy, and here we have 15 ways through which you can easily evaluate your own relationship.
If your partner is serious about having you in their life, they would be going to all extents to ensure that their family loves you. This would include ensuring that you and the family get to sit together and have a good time.
One thing about a committed relationship is that both of you have mutual friends. Both of you hang out with the same group and respect each other's friends. These friends will stick by your side through thick or thin.
You can tell that your relationship is headed towards the right avenue when your parents are equally interested in him as you. They love to hang-out with them and genuinely feel that both of you look great together.
Not many people remember anniversaries in a relationship. It is usually just a given in a relationship and many couples don't hype it. But, you can count of your partner if they are good at remembering anniversaries and have events planned.
No relationship works without accepting each other's flaws. The perfect relationship is in fact one where both the partners accept each other's flaws and work accordingly to overcome these flaws. A relationship where one partner does not accept the other's flaws would hardly work.
Gifts don't define the love in a relationship, but they surely do show whether the other person knows you or not. A partner who knows what their partner likes and dislikes would give gifts that you would love to have.
Living in the future and enjoying things is way overrated. The most successful relationships are where the couple has all things pertaining to the future already planned out. They can share their plans with each other and don't hurry things.
You know you're in a long term commitment when your friends really adore your partner. They love hanging out with him/her and are always motivating you into continuing things into the future. Having your friends support can also be good.
Both of you completely trust each other and nothing comes in between the trust you have for each other. Not even the slightest fear or doubt comes into your mind and you know that the person you love is perfect.
You're never out of things to talk about and are always sharing stuff, talking about life experiences and giving recommendations to each other. They mean everything to you and you want to discuss everything happening in your life with them.
The worst kinds of relationships are where you feel the need to check each other's phones. These relationships are built on mistrust. However, your relationship is clean from such nuisances and you know that there is no need for checking phones.
The real test of a relationship is one of the partners is feeling down or depressed. Here, it really matters how the other partner cheers them up and helps them get over the blues. Relationships where partners cheer each other up are the best.
They are not freaked out by the future, but are in fact really optimistic about spending time with you. Relationships where both partners are not afraid of stepping into the future together are the best ones and last for the longest time.
The whole relationship is full of surprises and you are always up for surprising each other and making each other happy every day. Your day revolves around your partner and you know for sure that their day also revolves around you.
Knowing that both of you are together for the right reasons can really be an added bonus in any relationships. There are often relationships where partners don't know what they are up for, which is why there is miscommunication.
Not all celebrities have fame and fortune, some are just famous – and in a ton of debt. They came from rags to riches, then went back to rags. Whether they’ve filed bankruptcy, ended up in court, or just can’t stop spending, celebrities mismanage their money just like everyone else. They just hide it well.
50 Cent coined the term “wanksta,” then “partied like it was his birthday” until he filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2015. The rapper was said to be anywhere between $10 million and $50 million in debt. In 2016, a federal bankruptcy court judge in Connecticut approved a plan for the founder of G-Unit to pay his debts back. He was able to get his bankruptcy discharged in February of the following year.
Following a 45-year-long career in Hollywood, acting in more than 70 films, actor Gary Busey found himself in more debt than he was worth. In 2012, it was reported that Busey owed between $500,000 and $1 million worth of debt, but only had $50,000 to his name. The 74-year-old actor owed money to hospitals, banks, the L.A. Waterworks District, and even a storage company. He filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy that same year. Despite his longstanding career in Hollywood, Busey's net worth is now only $500,000.
Burt Reynolds is still worth five million dollars, but his battles with debt date back more than 20 years. Between bad investments and a pricey divorce from actress Loni Anderson, the 1970s superstar had to deal with over $10 million in debt and decided to file Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 1996. While testifying in a 1994 custody hearing, the South Florida native said he spent $40 million getting through his divorce.
The former Hollywood bad boy, Charlie Sheen owes the IRS nearly $5 million. But that's not all. In 2016, his net worth was reportedly still as high as $150 million, but he was nonetheless $12 million in debt at the time – including mortgages, legal fees, and taxes. That same year, Debt.com reported Sheen owed nearly $300,000 on an American Express card alone.