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# A+B=?

In school we learn that A+B=C
That means 1+2=3
This is logical. Mostly, because it is. You can exchange the letters for any two different numbers and you will always get a third number as the result.

1+2 will always be 3. It will never be 1 or 2.

Up until a certain point in school, math is easy. It makes sense. It is, as I said before, logical. I like when things are like that. It makes it easier to understand and explain.

Until feelings come in. Suddenly it seems that A+B doesn´t have to be C.

My math teacher liked to tell us that we need math for our daily life. Of course we do. But in every situation?

Me + a man can equal a relationship (A+B=C), but it can also equal me being alone (A+B=A) or him (A+B=B). It can also be A+B=D, because someone else is involved or the relationship is not a “regular” kind.
When you keep on thinking who else might be involved, how the relationship works or what it is that you want from the relationship, it starts getting complicated, just like math at some point did.

A+B= whatever you make of it and whatever makes you happy.

1. In that case, life should be full of As and Bs because it should be full of the things that make us happy.

Rachel x

1. It really should.
Unfortunately it isn´t

2. This is quite an interesting post and made me think about how we indeed can apply math to our relationships.

Thanks for joining Wicked Wednesday. I hope to see you back frequently 🙂

Rebel xox

3. Very true… I think there is no simple way to “sum up” a working relationship.

~Kazi xxx

4. I think, just like with Maths, their are so many different combinations. The right combinations are the ones that make us happy

Mollyxxx

5. Simple in theory can become complicated in execution. I like that the same equation can equal different answers for different people.