11 Things About You That Make You A Failure At Relationships

Don’t set your standards as high as the sky.

The truth is that it’s much easier to completely destroy a relationship than it is to actually maintain one. And the reason for that is because people are generally clueless when it comes to actually sustaining a romance. There are just so many people in this world who don’t fully understand the impact of their words and actions in a relationship. Sometimes, it’s not just about the things that you fail to do in a relationship, it’s the things about you that are subtly destroying the relationship. There may be some aspects to your personality that you don’t know are actually detrimental to your love. That’s why it’s important to always maintain a sense of self-awareness and sensitivity in a relationship. You never know just how significant of an effect your character can have on your relationship. You might think that things are going perfectly fine on the surface but underneath it all, the core of your relationship is gradually swallowing itself up because of who you are.

To help enlighten you further,make sure to read this article in its entirety. Here are 11 things about you that make you a failure at relationships:


2. You set your standards way too high.

It’s good to have standards in a relationship. But it’s bad when your standards are just way too high. Remember that a lot of what makes a relationship work is the ability to compromise. If you just can’t compromise any of your needs or standards for love, then it’ll be hard for you to sustain a romance.

3. You have a very controlling attitude in your relationship.

When you get into a relationship with someone, you have to acknowledge that you are in a relationship with a human being. You have to respect this person’s individuality. You can’t be treating them like your personal property that you can control and manipulate however you see fit.

4. You have a tendency to cheat on your partner.

Cheating is always a big no-no when it comes to loyal and committed relationships. You always have to make sure that if you want to promote the longevity of your relationship, you can’t be engaged in any unfaithful activities. And remember that cheating can be done on both a physical and emotional level.

5. You are known to harbor grudges for way too long.

Learn to let things go in a relationship. If your partner wrongs you or commits a mistake, then you have to find it in yourself to forgive them. You can’t hold that mistake over their head throughout the relationship. You can’t find success in love if you keep holding on to grudges.

6. You are always making your partner feel judged.

While it’s important for you to always push your partner to be the best versions of themselves, you should never make them feel judged for who they are. You should make them feel like you accept and love them unconditionally; that they never have to feel pressured to be anyone else other than who they are.

7. You don’t really make yourself emotionally available.

Emotional availability and openness are always important aspects for all relationships. You can’t expect your partner to want to be with you if you are always closing yourself off on an emotional level. Yes, it’s important to keep yourself guarded for your own safety. But you also have to be willing to open yourself up for the sake of love.

8. You have serious self-esteem issues.

We all have our fair share of insecurities. That’s perfectly natural since we’re all human anyway. But it becomes a problem when we allow our insecurities to just cripple us into emotional paralysis. We just have to get over our own insecurities sometimes so that other people can learn to love us.

9. You don’t make your partner feel like you respect them.

Respect is always going to be the most important piece of foundation that you could build your relationship on. It doesn’t matter how much you love your partner; if you don’t manage to make them feel like you respect them, then it’s never going to work.

10. You don’t exert as much effort into the relationship as your partner.

It’s all about an equal exchange of effort. You can’t expect your partner to be picking up the slack on your behalf. You both have to be emotionally invested in the relationship if you really want to make things work out. It can’t be a one-man effort.

11. You make everything all about you.

Leave some room in the relationship for your partner as well. You can’t always just be making it all about yourself if you expect things to work out. Your partner’s needs and feelings should matter as much as your own.

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