Topic: For many years, psychologists, sociologists, and other professionals have discussed what draws people together romantically, citing many factors such as physical attraction, financial or emotional stability, companionship, and others. They have also discussed what keeps couples together, or more specifically what makes for a successful long-term relationship. In your essay, argue for the three to four most important elements, qualities, or characteristics of a lasting romantic relationship; in other words, convince your reader of what keeps people together in a relationship, what is required to make a relationship work for many years. Consider things such as honesty, trust, faithfulness, respect, similar goals, communication, compromise, and individuality. Your introduction should discuss relationships in general and lead to a very specific thesis statement in which you state these three or four things that must exist for a relationship to be successful long-term. These will also be the topics of your body paragraphs, and they need to be introduced by topic sentences and then developed completely and convincingly in separate paragraphs in the order in which they are listed in the thesis closed statement. The conclusion will mirror the introductions general discussion, restate the thesis, summarize your major points, and offer final comments. INSTRUCTIONS for Final Exam EssayThe final exam essay is an original argument essay, meaning that it must be exclusively and entirely your own thoughts and ideas. Do not seek information from the internet or any outside source, and do take words or ideas from Google searches. The information and language use in this essay must be entirely your own.