August 27, 2019

Relationship Behaviours More Harmful Than Cheating

Relationship Behaviours More Harmful Than Cheating.

Some of the worst things that lead to a breakup (that aren't cheating) start out small and indiscernible, and that's what makes them so dangerous.
There are other serious issues, different than cheating — which are as catastrophic and might be reasons for a break-up.

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Relationship Behaviour More Harmful Than Cheating

1. Dishonesty and Secretive: 
No excuse for being dishonest and secretive to your partner, it's better not to get yourself involved in that act, than keep secret from them in order not to hurt their feelings.

Although white lies are considered acceptable even healthy for the relationship, if said to spare the partner’s feelings, lying is bad in general. Long lasting relationships are based on trust and if you find yourself lying to your partner often and for serious things, you have a trust problem and need to resolve it fast.

2. Withholding Affection: 
Show your affection and love to your partner, Express your emotions regularly .Whether affection means being really touchy-feely, asking each other intense questions about meaningful things, or helping each other.
Being absent and unaffectionate can cause the kind of doubts in a relationship that compromise commitment. 

3. Poor Communication: 
A relationship that lacks communication skills is not worth keeping. This will bring about lot of misconceptions and misunderstandings that kills love.
This doesn't mean not texting all day every day, but failing to talk to each other about things that bother you when they come up or conveniently leaving out details that you think might cause problems.
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If we can’t share our most intimate thoughts with our loved one, the relationship is not on the right track, doesn't really matter if one of the partners is not talking, but getting to know his/her communication cues matters. Living a busy life may also seriously affect how often the partners discuss things together.

4. Quiet Resentments; 
Hidden resentment is something that start slowly and before you know it turns out huge that partners might not be able to control. If your partner is into an act that you can't tolerate, voice out and settle scores than keeping and sulking in quiet, which breed forth lot of grudges that damage relationship.
Relationship Behaviours More Harmful Than Cheating

5. Jealousy;
 This is on the other way round more deadly than cheating 
Even without actual cheating, just the suspicion that it's always happening can be much, and cause havoc.

Jealousy is a negative feeling that makes us blame the loved one just because of our own fears and insecurities. It’s a serious problem many couples face. What a jealous partner needs to learn is to manage their emotions in a healthy and befitting way. 

6. Refusing to Compromise;
 If you like somebody and love ,you should be willing to compromise. Partners who can only handle things if they go a certain way are basically just in relationships with themselves.
Difference is expected in relationship,  but partners should deem it fit to come together and reach a reasonable compromise, shift ground for each other. Pride or stubbornness will not help but truncate relationship. 

7. Manipulative Behaviour: 
This act lowers one self esteem in relationship, you should not manipulate your partner at all.
It helps impose control over another person and is usually done subtly in order to mislead the one who is being manipulated. If your partner is showing such behavior, it’s high time to decide whether you should be with somebody who wants you in their control.

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3 comments:

  1. This is deep and thoughtful..101% true.thanks guys👍👍👍👍

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