Finding Each Other Again
Lack of approval by family and friends have often separated couples who come from different social or economic classes. These people fell in love, but were forced away from each other by conventional society. Their love for each other never wavered, and their partners might have been many as they were measured against the former love. Living apart from each other, the couple might have lost touch over the decades as they moved on and began families with other people.
When two people continue to cherish their former love, life may throw them a second chance to realize their relationship. Social values change over time, and the couple may find their status differences are no longer an issue. Their parents may be gone, and their families might have a better view of their relationship. Former friends may be willing to accept a person who is older and more experienced in life than they were decades ago.
Spending years apart without losing love for another person is a testament to the viability of a relationship, and few people fail to recognize this. The couple may have known all along they would be together someday, but they had to wait until others could accept this fact. Their knowledge is what sustained them through the years of separation.
The modern world has few reasons to keep people apart, and this is because social barriers are falling at a record rate. People who love each other now find it easier than ever to make the relationship public and permanent. They may still face major hurdles, but friends and family are now more supportive. Rather than marrying and having children with others, they can now enjoy their relationship and build the life they truly want with the partner of their dreams.