Hereditary Dis-Ease


Do bad relationships run in the family?

My boyfriend and I have been together for quite some time now. He, being of the right age, tries to bring up the “M” word from time to time. I just laugh it off and turn on Romeo’s Blue Skies.

My family has a history of break-ups that I can trace up to my great-grandparents and my cousins twice removed, from both my mom and my dad’s side. Suffice to say, I don’t know what a great marriage is like. And his side is not faring so well either.

Don’t get me wrong. We didn’t end up as trashy, attention-seeking, drugged-out rebels. We’re both hard-working, and love taking care of ourselves and other people. We were both raised in loving, intellectually stimulating families, broken or not.

We could, at least, each name one super successful couple from our aunts and uncles. (I love you, Tita Mina and Tito Arcel!)

Over the years, we’ve had our share of ups and downs. He says “At least we have a good idea on what not to do.”

The only thing I know for sure is that we make each other happy. And we intend to keep it that way for as long as we can. It’s a lot of hard work (given our doomed genes)  but it’s worth it.

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