Ok, we all know the vag is super dump happy. obviously we just hear so much mroe about the bad parts of a relationship then we hear about the good parts, but still it seems its very easy to take a look at small sliver of a relationship from the outside and conclude that its best to move on. Everyone who has ever been in a relationship knows that its not that easy though. Sometimes relationships take hard work and patience, even really good relationships. Where exactly is the line drawn? What, in your opinion, the most "hard work" you would put into an excellent relationship, and what would be just too much. Stupid fights: would once a month be too much? once a week? half the time? What would you put up with? what if you had a SO who got seasonal depression? What if you had to have an abortion. How long would you stick with it if it was hard times waiting to get back to good times before you decided it was ruined for good? If you let down your SO, how long would you let it be thrown in your face? depression, eating disorders, low self esteem, insecurity... There are tons of traits that could come up as problems over and over again, even though the rest of the relationship is great. Whats your limit? Nobody and no relationship is perfect. Im sure if someone did have a perfect relationship and gave it some time, someone would describe it as boring. So how do you know when its worth the work and when its just too much?