Oct 30, 2017

Staying in a long lasting relationship is not always about what you should do—in fact, to a much greater extent, it’s also about avoiding some habits or acts that may break a relation.

Tackling Relationships—What must all couples take under consideration?

When you set out to work consciously towards making your relationship better, there will undoubtedly be times when you’d end up arguing even more than before. Often times, you will face extremely difficult situations, against which your only response would be to break up and move on. At times, relations break down because two people aren’t simply meant to be together. Other times however, times when you're sure your partner is the one for you, you have to keep several things in check—did you do something, or act in a certain way, which made your partner pull away, and leave? If yes, then you might be giving up on a lifetime prospect of sharing love and respect with your better half.

Here are two of the most common mistakes couples should avoid, if they want to grow as a healthy couple, for the rest of forever.

1.      Breaking trust in the first place

Trust holds a vital importance in any relationship..Giving your spouse any reason to doubt your acts can be a huge mistake on your part. Avoid committing this blunder at all costs. Multiple researches have revealed that trust not only helps you in building a lasting relationship, but also that being involved in a  trust lacking relationship reflects negatively on your physical and mental health.

So, when they say, “Trust is like a piece of paper, once crumpled, it can never be perfect again,” they are saying it absolutely right. You see, trust is the first brick you lay down, while building the base of a long lasting relationship. Hence, your ability to build the trust element is essential to maintain a healthy, long-lasting relationship.

2.      Not giving personal space to their partner

One of the very basic mistakes people do when they commit themselves to a partner is not giving them enough personal space. Yes, it’s understandable that you and your spouse love each other, but do you both also adore being alongside each other to the extent that you don’t even have the smallest of personal breathing space? We guess not. And, neither spouse should be acting this way, because eventually, there will be times when you will feel like spending time alone. And, when that time occurs, you will be desperate for some ‘me’ time.

Therefore, if you're in a relationship that doesn’t allow any personal space, reconsider your attitude. Allow your partner to shine in glory—both, with or without you. Never try to pressure them to be with you when you notice they have other engaging priorities. The effect of this is amazing. For instance, if you never push them into going out with your friends, when they clearly don’t want to, they won’t be asking you to tag along

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