Even the strongest and longest relationships can end or fall apart at some point. It is natural that nothing is “guaranteed” in love. We all change, our needs and expectations change. And of course – we make mistakes. Some of them contribute directly to the breakdown of our relationship.
Thinking About Your Relationship As The Source Of All Your Happiness
Some people are so deeply involved in their relationships that they begin to see them as their only source of happiness. No matter how much you love your partner and no matter how much love he or she has for you, he will never be able to live up to that level of expectation. Always remember to find happiness in yourself before looking for happiness in others. Be happy with who you are, with the life you are going through, with the obstacles you have struggled with, and get happiness out of all these elements, then share this happiness with your partner to build a long-term and healthy relationship with him.
Believing That Once Degraded Trust Cannot Be Restored
When someone you love breaks your trust, never forget how you felt before it happened. It will not be an easy task, every day your subconscious will tell you that nothing can be fixed. But never lose faith so easily. A rebuilt relationship can be stronger than ever.
The Belief That Relationships Should Be Easy
Relationships are not easy, the hardest is to maintain love and a stable relationship over a long period of time. When you want to love someone, be prepared for the fact that the world you enter is beautiful but also difficult. Easy relationships end as quickly and easily as they begin. Real and pure relationships will have a lot of ups and downs, maybe even more lows than ups. Real relationships also require a lot of sacrifice and changes, changes that you may not like.
The Belief That Lying Is Harmless
Your lie may be very small and “innocent”, but it is still not the truth. One lie leads to another lie and you will soon find yourself in a ruthless web of lies. Truth is the basis of any good relationship.
Not Enough Time For Your Partner
Even the strongest relationships break up when one side begins to neglect the other and gives them too little attention. When you are with someone, you start living with them, there is no “only me” anymore, there is “we”. If you are someone who is “too busy” to pay attention to a loved one, don’t get involved in relationships. Remember that time is one of the most precious gifts you can give someone and is one of the pillars of any relationship.
Inability To Start All Over Again
If you are still emotionally stuck in a difficult, tormented past and keep coming back to it, why are you dragging someone behind you who is trying to make you happy? Whatever happened in your past is not your partner’s fault, don’t add a burden that he cannot and does not have to bear. Make sure you learn to forgive and forget, and then start life again with your partner, with the love and care she deserves.