Most of us enter our first serious, long-term relationship in our 20s, and even if it doesn't lead us to the altar, it usually gets us thinking about marriage. And yet, whether it's personality and values or career and financial stability, our twenties are chock full with uncertainty — it's the time when we discover who we are and what we want from life. Because of these constant changes, often the person we believed was the one doesn't turn out to be.
With a little hindsight, it's easy to point out the ways in which you and your significant other have changed over the course of your relationship. Although it certainly takes a commitment on both sides, I do believe it's possible to grow together rather than apart. Do you agree? What's your advice when it comes to growing apart or together?