Not every mistake is worth given a second chance, giving a person a second chance in a relationship means reconciling, to re connect, bond, between two lovers.
From experience, so many promising relationships are broken because issues aren’t resolved amicably, this is because such a relationship is not giving a second chance to prove itself right.
So many lovers jump into conclusion because they are hurt by their partners mistakes, many people courting do not give their relationship second thought before saying it is over.
Lovers are most likely to jump to regrettable conclusions when making a decision in a relationship. Due to the pain and grief they felt and the shock they got unprepared for.
Does that mean a relationship not given a second thought does not deserve a second chance?
“A broken relationship without a second thought does deserves a second chance because everyone deserves a second chance”
A person who does something wrong today does not mean the person is a bad person, there are reasons for everything in life, be it good or bad. Everything happens for a reason, you either learn from it or let it break you.
When you do not give a person who admits to their wrong and is willing to make corrections a second chance then it means you may find it difficult to find the right partner for your relationship.
Mistakes are meant to be made, this is something you can not take away from human way of life because everybody is born with imperfection, and giving such an imperfect person a second chance means you know everyone deserves a second chance in regard to their flaws.
Giving a person a second chance means you have a heart of forgiveness and love which is good for a relationship to stay healthy. A person who knows everyone deserves to be given a second chance is a mature minded person who understands how weak and vulnerable a person can be when it comes to making mistakes.
When you call a person back in a relationship does not mean you are the fool, nor does giving a person a second chance mean you can not let go or do without such a person.
Creating a second chance in a relationship is a sign of maturity and accepting responsibilities even when it is not convenient/conducive. It is an act of conviction that you are more confident of the success of a relationship.
Is simple and conclusive. Everyone deserves a second chance but not for the same mistakes. We deserve a second chance so that we can perform better, learn from our mistakes and correct them and to treat our spouse rightly as a queen/king because they gave us a second chance.