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Don"t Let Your Story Book Relationship Turn Into a Category 3-Type Hurricane

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You have been in a wonderful love relationship for sometime now.
 It is everything you always wanted.
 You two are very close.
Your partner has been warm and loving.
   There have been no real problems.
 You have pretty much agreed on everything.
 A break up is the farthest thing from your thoughts.
The love-making has been great; extremely satisfying.
 You do so many things together as a couple.
 All of your friends and family envy your love and relationship.
 Except for a very few minor ups and downs, everything has been going in an almost story book fashion.
You cannot do enough for each other.
 You give each other the space you need.
 You each have your own friends and mutual friends that you spend time with.
 Even after all this time together, you find each other desirable and enjoy each others company.
  There is a sense of calm and security that you have been feeling.
You have been basking in the glow of the sunny side of love.
It is like a dream.
 It looks like your story book relationship will last forever.
  You are content.
Until now, that is! What happened all of a sudden? Hurricane Season has hit with no warning! The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the federal agency that focuses on the condition of the oceans and the atmosphere tells us that the Atlantic hurricane season lasts about 6 months.
However, it seems like this unnamed storm in your personal life is about to put an end to your relationship.
We all know the catastrophic damage hurricanes can do.
 Winds can exceed 155 miles per hour, spawn tornadoes and cause extensive damage from heavy rainfall and flying objects.
Hurricanes are classified into five categories based on their wind speed, central pressure, and damage potential.
  Category 3 hurricanes are considered major hurricanes causing major damage.
   That's what you relationship seems to be getting to.
 You and your partner have started arguments that last way longer than necessary.
 It seems like a tornado has hit.
 The damage from the flying angry words and the mistrust is about to cause extensive injury.
 It looks like you could break up.
You have got to do something to make up before it is too late.
 This storm has been brewing for several weeks or maybe even months.
 You just did not notice the warning signs.
 You do not want to break up.
You cannot stop the destruction of a hurricane.
  However, with care and consideration, you can stop major damage in your relationship if you are willing to take the time to find the cause and the effort it takes to make up and put it back together.
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