10 Things That Ruin a Relationship

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There are certain behaviors that at the beginning of the relationship may go unnoticed, but over time when they are repeated everyday steadily becomes a burden, to the point that in many cases is a matter of breaking the relationship. Behaviors such as spying mobile of spouse to check who called or check chat history on whatsapp, eavesdrop on their telephone calls, often criticize their relatives, constantly demanding to change or nagging are the top things that can destroy a relationship. Here are the habits and behaviors you must avoid in-order to protect your relationship from cracking.

1. KEEPING YOUR MOUTH SHUT

With the excuse to avoid fighting, one of the spouse is either always silent or blame the other.
But finally, what that attitude does is it generates greater fight in future, because at some point the element that was silent will come out much stronger than it could have come at the right time. Being silent to maintain peace is not good, just because to avoid the confrontation.

One of the woman that I know separated from her seven years of marriage. She acknowledged that there were several bad habits that contributed to end their relationship. One of them was to always remain silent, “swallowed whole to avoid problems, so he would not be angry.”

If you are interested in the relationship you have to confront your partner with respect. If you are very upset and angry then first calm down you, but talk. Silence is a form of aggression and not talking or expressing is like creating a volcano full of anger and frustration which can later erupt and ruin your happy relationship.

2. SPYING

Everyone is entitled to a space which he/she can use it privately alone or with friends and this is not lost by having a partner. Besides being an illegal behavior, spying on mobiles, emails and secretly entering in your partner’s Facebook to see who gives him/her likes. Also trying to listen to your partner calls secretly, this is a fatal behavior for the relationship because it is a clear sign of distrust and low self-esteem of the person doing it, until there is a very strong reason to do so. It is a lack of self-love, because it is assumed that the relationship should be built on trust. Invading the space as well as privacy of your partner is one of the top things that ruin a relationship.

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