Getting into a relationship can be a tricky business. There are so many variables to go into play like time, emotions, and goals. So many things have to be able to coincide in order for a relationship to work. Relationships have the power to be incredibly polarizing instruments of life.
They can either be insanely good for people, or disgustingly bad for people. If you ever find yourself in a relationship, make sure you never fall under the category of the latter. You don’t want to be in a relationship that turns you into a lost and horrible person with no drive or direction in life. You always want to be with someone who pushes you and motivates you to become the best possible version of yourself. Be wary of the signs and stay away from toxic relationships. They can break people.
Here are 9 bad signs that you’ve let yourself go in your relationship.
1. You’re no longer goal-oriented or passion-driven.
You’ve let go of all your personal dreams and passions because all your energy is devoted to making your relationship work. You’ll do whatever it takes to make your partner happy and so you start compromising a little too much. You completely forget the promises you made to yourself even before you got into the relationship and you start letting go of the person that you used to be.
You’re uncertain of the parts of the future where you once were so sure of. You no longer know what you want out of life and are no longer sure about what you can offer.
2. You’re just floating along with the current of life.
Since you’ve let go of all your plans and dreams, you really have no clear direction with where you want to go in life. Your relationship has become your entire life and so everything is dependent on how things go between the two of you on a day-to-day basis. You take each day as it comes and you no longer think of things in the long-term because the nuances of your relationship are a little too overwhelming for you to stretch out in broad time domains. - Continue reading on the next page