We all know that relationships are not all hearts and flowers.
There will be thunderstorms and even some hurricanes in every relationship. That’s when you know if you’re in a fair-weather relationship or one that can survive the storm.
Relationships depend on mutual understanding and cooperation between people. There are times when at certain points, you are faced with difficulties but still have to conduct your relationships just like you would in the good times. Once you are in a relationship, every moment counts, so it’s important to realize that there will be good and bad times. In this article, we’ll be looking at the most common reasons that lead to breakups in open relationships.
One of the primary reasons why relationships breakup is because of the impossible world of expectations placed on one partner by the other. It’s important that you are realistic. If your partner has just lost his job, don’t expect him to spend lavishly on you. If your partner is just starting a new career he might have to put in extra hours, so don’t be upset if he can’t spend a lot of time with you. Just be realistic and don’t put pressure on your partner when things are not going the way you think they should.
The effect of jealousy
Jealousy is felt because we are human, it’s how we handle that jealousy that can break a relationship. One of the most harmful effects of jealousy is that it can lead a couple to limit each other’s independence. When this occurs, people can lose the individuality and strength that once attracted the very partners who are now limiting them in these ways. The result is one partner may come to resent and feel less of an attraction towards the jealous person, and the person acting jealous may resent how their partner has changed because of their jealous behavior.
Being too domineering