Cupid's Pulse Article: Chick Flick ‘The Longest Ride’ Features Brittany Robertson and Scott Eastwood Living Their Love StoryCupid's Pulse Article: Chick Flick ‘The Longest Ride’ Features Brittany Robertson and Scott Eastwood Living Their Love Story

By Courtney Omernick

The Longest Ride focuses on a love affair between Luke, a former champion bull rider looking to make a comeback, and Sophia, a college student who is about to start her dream job in New York City. Later in the story, Sophia and Luke make a connection with Ira, whose memories of his romance inspire Luke and Sophia.

This chick flick spans generations and two intertwining love stories to explore the challenges and rewards of enduring love.

Should you see it:

Since this relationship movie is based on a book by Nicholas Sparks, you know it’s going to be a tear jerking, inspiring, chick flick! This movie is also filled with gorgeous actors such as Scott Eastwood, Brittany Robertson, Oona Chaplin, Jack Huston, and more!

Who to take:

This film would be great to see with your friends or significant other.

How do you know when your relationship is worth fighting for?

Cupid’s Advice:

Every relationship has ups and downs, but if you feel like your relationship has been on the decline lately, it can be hard to determine if now is the right time to let go. Especially if you’ve been with your significant other for years, you might not want to give up so quickly. Below are some signs that your relationship is worth fighting for.

1. Check the fundamentals: Relationships are built from trust, honestly, loyalty, commitment, and respect. If your relationship is missing any one of these elements, it could be a sign of trouble. However, if these building blocks are strong in your relationship, it might be worth hanging on to.

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2. You’re still attracted to them: Are the emotional and physical sparks still there? As you both mature in the relationship, bodies and minds change. Being both physically and mentally attracted to the person is important for a strong relationship. If the attraction is still there, you might not want to let go just yet.

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3. You both want to work to save the relationship: You can’t expect just one partner to do all of the heavy lifting. If you both are committed to constantly fine-tuning your relationship, it may be worth saving.

How did you know your relationship was worth fighting for? Comment below!