In the beginning of a relationship we are all sweet and as behaved as a kid meeting the president at a school function but as we get comfortable, we stop thinking about our words before blurting them out and are conveniently saying whatever comes in our mouth.
Apologizing for saying hurtful things works but there are certain things they might never forget even if the forgive. These are the ten possible phrases that can badly damage your relationship that you need to be careful about.
“You Never Used To Do That”:
Being in a relationship and expecting the person you are in the relationship with to stay the exactly the same as when you met them is a foolish expectation. People change and grow over time and not being okay with it is abnormal.
If he or she grows a new habit or a new interest that they did not have before, all you should do is support them instead of asking them in a demeaning way about why they took the habit.
“You Always Do That”:
There are ups and downs in a relationship and we often do not get what we want from our partners. It is completely healthy to confront them about their shortcomings or any other problem but doing so by making them feel bad about themselves using harsh words might not help.
Try being more inclined towards discussing the problem instead of constantly telling them that it has all happened because of them.
“I’m Sorry, Repeat Yourself”:
The habit of always multitasking when your S.O. is trying to talk is dangerous. You think you can check your Facebook while he or she is telling you about their day but you really cannot.
It is important you listen to them because if you don’t, it will lead them to believe that their sharing does not mean anything to you and that belief can harm the relationship. - Continue reading on next page