8 things that might be killing your relationship

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Make sure you avoid these things, I've seen the strongest of people break apart because of these things.

It takes very minute and menial things to slowly damage a relationship over time, things that aren't noticeable in the beginning and subtly affect even the strongest of relationships. Make sure you avoid these things, I've seen the strongest of people break apart because of these things. Let's begin.

1. Don't try to read their mind

When couples start trying to go into each other's heads is when things start going bad. You're not supposed to be a mind reader, you're not supposed to know what they're thinking, this frame of mind will make you go paranoid very early on and the element of trust will go straight out the window. Be okay with the fact that you both are individuals and neither of you are supposed to know how the other person thinks, let each other breathe, let each other grow.

2. Don't be hyper critical of each other

Criticism is healthy when it's kept in a controlled environment. It can go out of control very quickly, no one likes to be with a person who keeps criticising their every move and everything about their personality, that's when criticism becomes an unhealthy habit rather than being something healthy and positive. We all have our own inner critics within ourselves and sometimes that critic can actually hurt the people we love. Be very careful with your words.

3. Don't keep unrealistic expectations from one another

Expectations need to be kept in constant check, they need to be close to reality, once expectations become unrealistic they start becoming difficult for the person you're expecting from. You can't ask your partner to do things you yourself wouldn't do. It's not humanly possible for anyone to meet impossible standards of expectations for anyone, it slowly becomes a burden on them and they start thinking like they're not right for you, do you want your partner to feel that way about you? Keep realistic expectations. - Continue reading on the next page