flimsy or insubstantial; easily destroyed
The way through which this idea of writing the post came to me was fun. Thanks to one of the persons who recently commented in my last post which made me understand that lack of perspective makes a person look like a fool when coming to giving advice ( Especially while you are trying to hurt the listener through your advice. ). Any ways his advice was nice, made me understand new aspects of interpersonal relationships. Thanks to him for that.
The fragility to which I am referring here is to relationships between people. Let me explain it from the perspective of my advisor. According to him there is a 'Dominator' and a 'Follower' in every relationship. This even gets fixed at the first moment itself and please note that it can never be changed or else it leads to ego clashes. (God! I never thoughts humans were like creeper plants.) This shows us that this man (who called me way too young by all means to have a relationship) has only experienced fragile relationships in life. A fragile relationship will go forward for a longer time when the so called 'Follower' makes himself/herself ready to take all pain to take it forward. The 'Dominator' will enjoy. This man might never have become a 'Follower' in his life. Everywhere he might have been just the 'Dominator'. Its sure that he is approaching a collapsing point in his life.
Now whats the point in having a fragile relationship when at one point you feel yourself to be pointless and the 'Dominator' forgets when, where and at what time his/her partner needs the space. Just like that when this 'Follower' takes the time off; the relationship collapses. Is this what humans expect out of each other. This exactly shows how less understanding or purposefully selfish the 'Dominator' is in life.
It should be understood that there is no permanent 'Dominator' & 'Follower' in relationships. It should switch. It has to switch & holding on to inferences from some common experience always end up in stupid approach towards life. If a guy says it he is a male chauvinist. On the other hand if a woman says it she becomes a feminist. Oh! I forgot, my friend told that they can be 'misinterpreted' as Male chauvinist or feminists. I do not think so.
Personal Note to Mr.Binu,
Kindly note that I have taken your comments constructively. After reading your comment once I felt it was really good. When I sat back and thought I understood that it is just another essay on escapism and an epitome of how not to approach a relationship. As I am very 'young', I might only be possible to give you a good explanation on how to approach a relationship after a few years. I cannot give it right now because... because you know what happened was a 'mistake' like in my last post. Thanks for shedding some light on my insights about relationships & for spending your time to reply.