I love Grey’s Anatomy. I fell in love back in college when I binged watched a few seasons during a winter storm. It always sends me on an emotional rollercoaster and I wouldn’t have it any other way. The characters may change but the drama never does.
If anyone knows the show, then you would know that Derrick Shepard (Patrick Dempsey’s Character) died. That was the hardest episode to watch. The writers and actors did a good job of making you feel like you were standing right next to Meredith as she had to watch the nurse unhook her husband from life support. I couldn’t stop crying when I watched her watch him take his last breath. The scene was heart wrenching. That is a pain like no other because that was a love like no other.
When you think of love, you think of the happiness, sharing and bliss. The point of having that breakdown if something was to happen to that person is because you remember those great times and you can’t imagine a life where they aren’t in it. Everyone should chase that love! That’s how it should be.
No one ever said relationships are easy. Putting two personalities, beliefs, feelings, attitudes, wants, and needs together is extremely difficult at times. People change with time and being in a long term relationship is asking that other person to change with you and you with them. Its definitely not impossible but can be difficult.
Give the love you deserve so that you can receive it! You can’t give someone mold and expect gold in return. Give amazing to get amazing! You’ll be sorry if you don’t!
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