Six Common Mistakes That End Relationships

We see it happen all the time, even the strongest and longest relationships fail and completely unravel. It happens with the strongest people, because no one is perfect and we all make mistakes. This is going to be both personal and general, because I’m going to mention some examples on how one of these things affected my relationship. These will be the six most common mistakes that end even with the strongest relationships. Let’s get started.

1. To think that your relationship is the source of all your happiness.

Some people become so deeply involved in their relationships that they begin to see it as their only source of happiness in the world. That burden is impossible to bear for anyone, no matter how much they love you, no one should be seen as the source of all your happiness because no one can live up to that level of expectation, no matter how much love they have for you. Always remember to find happiness in yourself before seeking happiness in others. Be happy with who you are, with the life you live, with the obstacles you have tackled and bring out the happiness of all these elements, then you can share that happiness with your partner for a lasting and healthy relationship.

2. To think that broken trust cannot be returned

When someone breaks your trust, it hurts, it hurts more than we know how to handle, but it happens and we all go through it. But the key here is to remember how much you love the person; if you love her enough, then you need to have faith in the trust you can rebuild with your partner. It’s not going to be an easy task, every day, your mind will tell you to stop working so hard on what can’t be fixed, but slowly and gradually the trust that you two once had will return, perhaps not in the unusual way. he was once inside, but in a fixed state that can be prepared and made stronger than ever. So never lose faith so easily.

3. To think relationships should be easy.

Relationships are not easy, they are the hardest to maintain and stabilize for a long period of time. When you want to love someone, prepare yourself for the world you are entering, because it is not easy in any sense of the word. Easy relationships end as quickly and as easily as they begin. Real and pure relationships will have many ups and downs, perhaps lower than higher. True relationships also require much sacrifice and change, change that you may not like, so be prepared to change something about yourself when the time comes. Know that relationships are the most beautiful things in the world and that they are not a walk in the park either.

4. Thinking it’s okay to lie ” a little”

Lying is bad, regardless of the details. Your lie may be very small and harmless, but it’s still a lie. And once you allow yourself to agree to “lie a little,” you will slowly move towards the direction of “lie a lot.” One lie leads to another lie and soon you will find yourself in a ruthless web of lies and you have no way of getting rid of that horrible web. So don’t lie, just don’t, the truth can have bad consequences at first, but they allow you to move on without the fear of hiding something and lying about it.

5. He’s not able to share enough time with your partner.

I’ve seen some of the strongest relationships break and fade due to a lack of time-sharing from one side. When you’re with someone, you start a life with them, there’s no longer “me,” there’s “us,” and you need to stay in that mood throughout your relationship if you want it to work. You should make sure you have enough time not to make your partner feel ignored or God forbid, jealous. If you are someone who can sometimes be “very busy”, don’t commit to anyone, work on your routine and manage your time first. Remember, time is one of the most precious gifts you can give someone and it is one of the pillars of each relationship.

6. Not being able to move on and start life over again.

The past is scary, the past is full of torments and anguish. The past will live with you and make you forget your present if you give it the power to do so. And it gets more painful when you drag someone with you, someone who tries to make you happy, but you keep going back to the sadness of your past, it’s very painful because I’m over it. What happened in your past is not your partner’s fault and you can’t blame them for the sadness you went through in your past, don’t give them the burden they can’t bear. Be sure to learn to forgive and forget, and then start a fresh and renewed life with your partner, with the amount of love and care they deserve.   Your turn Your turn, guys. Do you think there are other big mistakes that end relationships? Share them with me in the comments below. And as always, feel blessed and keep love alive!

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