In general, the fate of this union is played in two stages. The beginnings always seem promising: first there is a real fascination partners exert on each other, and secondly there is a genuine mutual interest, Mandy for the sincerity of George, and it the lucidity of Mandy.
But, over time, things may go wrong. The critical nature of these two characters can get to override the initial attraction and cause damage. It is on this point that the partners should be alert and pay all their efforts. They should take as its motto the advice of La Fontaine: "Love, love, everything else is nothing."
What George appreciates about Mandy, it's her energy and tenacity and that sort of calm and reassuring sound that will temper its own instability and tendency to scatter. But it is not always easy to agree with that woman, because its potential aggressiveness can be confusing to some. Her boyfriend, He does not feel particularly frightened: he will go well aware that his companion is not at all a bad nature, it never attack first but it is only defending itself.
When Mandy agrees, his passion is complete and lasting, and she puts her feelings in love all her energy and persistence. The slightest infidelity of man in whom she filed her confidence could make it very wicked or deeply depressed. It is good that his versatile companion is aware and take into account.