14 Iconic πŸ… Movie Relationships πŸ’ That Taught Us All πŸ‘πŸΌ about Love πŸ’˜ ...

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We can learn some great lessons from favorite movie relationships.

Everyone watches romance movies to idolize the couples and their love stories;

but what about the ones that teach us?

Countless binge watching sessions (and

mydomaine.com) have given us an epic list of movies that all taught important

and valuable lessons from our favorite movie relationships that we've grown to love!

1. 500 Days of Summer

The Skinny: Told in a nonlinear timeline from Tom's (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) perspective, the viewer gets little bits and pieces of Summer (Zoe Deschanel).

He leads a monotonous life as a greeting card writer, but the instant he lays eyes on her his world is suddenly reinvigorated.

Unfortunately for him, Tom has fallen for a girl who doesn't believe in love.

The Kicker: "Some people are meant to fall in love with each other, but they aren't meant to be together."

The Takeaway: It's easy to get your heart broken when you fall in love with the idea of a person rather than who that person actually is.

And just because you're both interested in the same things doesn't mean you're a match made in heaven.

That's why it's important to listen to someone when they're not interested in a relationship.

2. The Notebook

The Skinny: In a whirlwind summer romance, Noah (Ryan Gosling) and Allie (Rachel McAdams) experience an epic first love that will last them a lifetimeβ€”even when she develops Alzheimer'sβ€”luckily Noah's tender patience and care allows the couple to keep their love eternal by reading her their summer tale from a worn in notebook.2

The Kicker: "Sometimes we need to be apart to truly understand how much we love each other."

The Takeaway: If anything can turn a jaded heart into a mushy one, it's Allie and Noah.

And while there are many, many lessons to learn from this movie (and date ideas to steal), our biggest takeaway is that true love requires patience because it doesn't always work out right away.

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