Whoever has the opportunity to experience love can attest to the fact that it is a beautiful thing. Love is a kind of sensation that two people from diverse backgrounds experience for one another when they are in a romantic relationship. When it is cared for appropriately by the two people involved, love has the potential to develop deeper roots and blossom into something beautiful. On the other hand, love can deteriorate and become sour if certain things or circumstances cause it to do so.
These days, we see and hear about a significant number of married couples who, presumably due to the failure of their marriage, decide to go their separate ways through the legal process of divorce. This is because there are some behaviors that people who are in a committed relationship or marriage have a strong propensity to engage in, which might obscure the development or effectiveness of their union. Look at a few of them down here:
1. An Inadequacy in Communication
When two people in a relationship find it difficult to communicate with one another, whether through phone calls, texts, or in-person visits, the love between them will gradually but surely deteriorate.
2. Being physically separated by a great distance.
Any person who finds themselves in this kind of relationship is in the worst possible situation. You won’t see each other again for several weeks, possibly months, and even years at a time. Very soon, long distances can put an end to love.
3. Selfishness and Stinginess.
The vast majority of people who are in committed partnerships never stop thinking about themselves, rather than making their spouse a priority in their own lives. Spending time and money on a partner is challenging for a lot of people, both men, and women. This is not correct.
If one person in a couple maintains cheating, it will kill the love in the relationship at an extremely rapid rate.
5. A Lack of Trust in Others
When there is a lack of trust in a relationship, it indicates that the relationship will not and cannot function in any way that is meaningful to either party.
Some persons have a pattern of telling lies to their partner regarding a great number of really significant matters that simply cannot be ignored. Constantly deceiving one’s partner about important matters is a surefire way to destroy love.
Which of these do you believe is the most effective in bringing a relationship to an end? Please leave feedback and share this post!!!!
This post was previously published on medium.com.
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