Cupid's Pulse Article: Dolphin Tale 2: Believe in the Power of RelationshipsCupid's Pulse Article: Dolphin Tale 2: Believe in the Power of Relationships

By Courtney Omernick

It has been a few years since the individuals at Clearwater Marine Hospital rescued Winter, the dolphin. However, she is in need of saving again. Winter’s surrogate mother, Panama has passed away, leaving Winter without the only poolmate she has ever known. Since dolphins need to be housed in pairs, it’s time for Clearwater to find another friend for Winter.

Should you see it:

If you enjoyed the first film, “Dolphine Tale,” you’ll definitely want to see how the sequel unfolds. It’s also a great film if you’re an animal lover and believe in the power of relationships. This film also features a great cast with stars including Morgan Freeman, Ashley Judd, Harry Connick Jr., and more.

Who to take:

This family drama would be great to see with your parents, siblings, or any younger cousins or friends. Also, if you know someone who’s seen the first one, invite them along for the second journey!

How do you know you’re ready for a new relationship?

Cupid’s Advice:

No matter if you’re trying to move on from a terrible breakup, or, if you think you’re ready to get back in the dating game after taking a hiatus, starting a new relationship can be intimidating. After all, there is so much to consider, and relationships can take an emotional toll. However, Cupid has some advice that will help you decide if you’re ready to take the plunge.

1. You’re willing to put someone else’s interest ahead of your own: There is compromise in every relationship. From watching a movie you hate, to moving to a city for your partner’s new job opportunity, relationships are about give and take. And, you have to be willing to make sure that your partner’s happiness is just as important as your own. If you feel comfortable putting someone else first, you’re ready.

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2. You’re ready to accept someone as they are: If you want to enter a relationship in hopes of molding the other person into your ideal significant other; you’re not ready for a new relationship. In a relationship, it’s all about motivating the other person to be the best version of themselves, not the version you create.

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3. You are happy being single: It’s true, happiness comes from within. If you’re constantly searching for a relationship out of loneliness, you will end up with the first person that shows the slightest interest in you, and not necessarily the right person for you. Step back and take a deep breath before diving in.

How did you know you were ready for a new relationship? Share your stories in the comments!