It’s a long, winding road, from the ring to the couch, from floor to ceiling, from locker room to locker room.
And then, just when you think you’ve got it all figured out, you hit the bump.
You’re sitting on the couch and you’re just about to get up to leave.
You turn around and there’s a man behind you.
He’s taller than you and his hair is shorter.
You can’t believe you’re seeing this man.
The man is a WWE superstar and the wrestler is a wrestler known for a brutal heel turn.
The two meet, and you get to know each other well enough to ask the other about the guy.
But this is different.
This is a wrestling match, not a dating scene.
He doesn’t look at you and say, “Wow, I’ve got a girlfriend.”
This is not a romantic situation.
He isn’t your best friend.
He is your best rival.
And you have a choice.
You have the choice to go home and be with him, or he can turn on you.
If you choose to be with the guy, you can kiss him, but you can’t touch him.
If he chooses to go with you, you get a taste of what life is like inside the squared circle.
You could be the next big star, or you could be someone who has no business being a star in the first place.
But it’s going to be hard to go back to a romantic relationship.
You won’t be able to get over a bad match.
He might not be as hard on you as he used to be, or maybe he’s just more open-minded.
You’ll be able see him for the man he is, but he’s not really the man you’re dating.
And this is a situation where you can choose the person you want to be.
You’ve got to decide who you are, and who you want your life to be like.
I had a few moments of awkwardness with my husband, but I learned quickly that there’s no right answer for everyone.
So here’s what you should do: Do the right thing.
The best way to make this relationship work is to be the best version of yourself.
It’s important to make a commitment to the person, to be who you say you are.
Don’t just make yourself happy.
Make the person happy.
If the relationship goes downhill, it’s time to step away.
Don.t wait until you’re on the same page.
Make a commitment that you’re going to stick with this person, no matter what.
It will happen.
And it will be worth it.
You will be happier.
The way you see it, this is all about you.
You aren’t going to find a girlfriend and then leave the relationship, even if it’s the wrong relationship.
It takes time to work out your flaws, but eventually, that will happen, too.
And if you don’t take the first step toward making the best possible life for yourself, you’re not going to get anywhere.
So if you decide to pursue a relationship with the person and you fall in love with them, remember: There is no right or wrong way to do this.
Just be who YOU want to see yourself as.
You need to make the best decision for yourself.
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