Left in their natural environment, Reddit users can pretty much answer any of our deepest, darkest questions. And here's a prime example: truths that no one likes to admit.
Are these suggestions more cynicism or reality? You decide…
Love isn't enough and doesn't conquer all.
Love certainly helps, but it's not going to work out in the long run if you're not sexually/emotionally/financially/etc in sync with your SO.
Sometimes you love your girlfriend and she loves you and it’s still not enough to make it work.
Some people are born attractive and/or into wealthy families and will have a substantially easier-than-average life for no other reason than winning what's essentially a genetic lottery.
It's nearly impossible in a lot of cases to change a bad reputation once you get it, even if it isn't your fault.
It is possible to do your best, make no mistakes and still lose.
You can be replaced.
Most of us aren't special.
Many of us aren't even above average.
You are going to die and there is nothing you can do to stop it.
You almost certainly won't achieve your dreams and will have to compromise and adjust what makes you happy in life. You probably won't realize this until it hits you in the face like a ton of bricks in middle age.
Most of us are wage slaves who work to profit others much more than ourselves.