There are certain patterns in every relationship that lead to its end. These behaviors can be differentiated from the behaviors followed in long-lasting relationships. The problem with short-lived relationships is that couples ten to drift to a fantasy land where it’s all sunshine’s and rainbows. They forget that true love is more than just an emotion, it’s a struggle.
Love always has been fickle, leaving scars and marks, keeping its true identity a mystery because nature wants such a majestic emotion to be more compelling. That’s the whole beauty of true love; it’s earned and found rather than just felt.
There are some behaviors that can ruin a relationship and they need to be avoided at all costs. I will point them out and tell you their solutions as well.
Making mountain out of a molehill
At the start of every relationship, people tend to be really tolerant. However, with time, this behavior is bound to change. In short-lived relationships, couples tend to become angrier and more irritated at minor arguments with time.
The best way to handle an argument if you want a long-lasting relationship is to keep calm in situations like this. You have to eradicate the element of ego from your personality. If you are being treated unfairly, it’s time to sit down and have a talk with your partner. You have to clear the air instead of fighting for hours and making matters worse.
Sometimes, things get out of hand and an argument can slowly transform into a severe altercation. At times like that, it is better to sit down and communicate instead of shutting each other out.
A simple apology can save your relationship, at times.
There will be times when you will have to take one for your relationship and there’s no shame in that. If your partner truly loves you, he or she will never make you feel pitiful. He or she will never bring down your self-esteem. - Continue reading on next page