There are some behaviors that can ruin or add a negative essence to any relationship. We made a list, so you know what to avoid when starting a new one!
First: Don’t act single!
You may like to flirt, but acting single shows you don’t have a lot of respect for your partner. If you want to go out alone all the time, not keep in touch, and hide things from your partner, maybe you should stay single and avoid hurting the other person.
Second: Financial irresponsibility.
If you share a bank account with your partner, you have to think twice before spending too much. You should always be aware of how your lifestyle affects them, as financial issues can create real problems in relationships.
Third: Letting go of other interests. Six
While devoting time to your partner is always a nice move, if you have nothing in your life but them, you quickly become dependent and maybe tiring. A person with many interests is more intriguing, and can keep their partner’s attention.
We all have doubts about something we do or how we look. However, projecting them on our partner and needing constant self assurance rarely has the results we wish for.
Fifth: Lack of respect.
You may get pissed off, you may lose your temper, but respect for your partner should always stay there. Rolling your eyes will throw any argument off the cliff!
Sixth: Forgetting to show affection.
Relationships tend to fall into routines: you get used to each other, you are always together, and you forget to show each other how much you love one another. Affection is a very important part of any healthy relationship.
Seventh: Social media!
Phones infiltrate each and every aspect of our every day lives, so it would be impossible that they don’t affect relationships as well. If you spend too much time scrolling down Facebook news feed, and too little time talking to your partner, consequences will follow.
While many conversations are hard to have, avoiding them, lying, or hiding the truth is a real dealbreaker. It is better to go for honesty and risk a clash, than hide things, as they will certainly come up at some point and everything will be worse.
Ninth: Compulsive behavior.
It is not easy to control your behavior or your outbursts, but acting compulsively is tiring for your partner to follow.
It is not only the fault of one: nagging means that one person needs something and the other one constantly ignores them. The solution to it is good communication!