8 Things That Make You A Less Attractive Person In Your Relationship

What makes you a less attractive person?

It’s incredibly difficult to spark a connection with another person. You both have to express a semblance of interest in one another and your chemistry has to be somewhat on point if you want a shot at making things work. It’s also even more difficult to maintain that connection with that person over time. You have to be able to build on your chemistry and propagate your relationship to a point where it actually makes sense for the both of you to be with one another. Attraction isn’t only important at the offset of a relationship, but it’s something that has to be developed as you get deeper and deeper into your romantic union. You can’t afford to be complacent and just let things slip you by. You have to be making a constant effort every day that you’re together to make your partner attracted to you. 

This is a very common aspect of relationships at which a lot of people will fail at. Once they establish some sort of rhythm with another person, they will take their foot of the pedal; they take their eyes off the prize. They will stop making a conscious effort to actually make their partner fall deeper and deeper in love with them as they go along. The reason why this is the wrong approach to relationships is because love is something that you need to work on every day. And there’s no denying that love is always built on some sort of mutual attraction.

So don’t fall into the trap of failing to notice the things that make you unattractive to your partner. You don’t want to be repelling the person you love away from you just because you got complacent. Start developing a sense of self-awareness and be wary of committing any of these relationship sins.

1. You linger too much on your cellphone whenever you’re together.

Keep your eyes on the prize literally. Get your eyes off of your phone screen and keep them glued on your partner’s. You have to be able to treat any quality time you spend with one another as a gift. You can’t afford to take it for granted. 

2. You don’t express your love in a physical manner.

Love isn’t something that you just feel or say. It’s also something that you need to act on and express with your actions. You should never be making your partner feel like there is a lack of intimacy or affection in the relationship. You can’t hold back your feelings if you want things to work out in the end. 

3. You stop living your individual life by ignoring your passions and interests.

You should still be having a life outside of your relationship with one another. It can’t always just be about your relationship together. You still should be working hard at trying to achieve your dreams and goals as an individual. You should still make some time to pursue your personal passions. 

4. You stop taking care of yourself.

Don’t let yourself go. Take better care of your body. Practice some good grooming. Wear better clothes. Just because you’re in a loving relationship with someone doesn’t give you an excuse to just act like a slob. Sure, your partner is probably going to accept you for who you are. But they will appreciate it all the more when you actually put in the effort to make yourself look presentable and healthy. – Continue reading on the next page

5. You don’t make an effort to do new things together.

You should always be willing to step outside of your comfort zone as a couple. You need to learn new things with one another. You need to be able to challenge each other to grow as people. The only way you can do that is to try out new things that are unfamiliar to you. 

6. You criticize one another way too often.

There is room for criticism in a relationship but there is always a limit to that. Yes, you have to be honest with one another at all times, but you also have to make sure that your timing is right. Not all opportunities for criticism should be taken liberally. You have to be able to pick your spots wisely and always be constructive with your criticisms. 

7. You don’t know how to pick your battles.

Not everything is worth fighting over in a relationship. You have to be able to let some things go for the sake of your love. You don’t have to make a big deal out of every single disagreement just to prove a point. Some arguments are just better left untouched.  

8. You act too possessive and territorial in the relationship.

The fastest way to drive your partner away from you is to act all possessive and territorial in the relationship. You have to understand that your partner is a person and not an object. You could never fully own a person and you have to grant your partner the dignity that is befitting of a human being. 

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