The Two Deadly Mistakes That Will End Your Relationship

The Two Deadly Mistakes That Will End Your Relationship

If you want to have healthy and good relationship it’s very important that you avoid making these 2 major mistakes.

The first mistake is when you panic or are afraid. Panic and Fear is when you’re about to lose your ex and you freak out. A big reason why this is such a mistake is that emotion is contagious. Your partner will actually start to feel what you are feeling. If someone is feeling panic and fear they are going to feel more distant. Also, they might think you are crazy if you are freaking out.

Have you ever noticed that when someone calls another person crazy it’s because of high emotional states? When someone is always calm all the time they cannot possible be crazy!

If you’re full of fear and panic they will want to get away from you. The best way to handle the situation is by remaining calm. This can be said about nearly every situation. Remaining calm is also contagious. If you’re calm and collected your partner will feel that. They will respond by being calmer as well.

This will allow you to keep your arguments to be much more mature and rational. If your partner starts being very emotional you just have to remain calm. It becomes harder and harder as they are trying to provoke higher states of emotion from you but it is possible. You have to stay strong in these moments and stick to your guns.

The next HUGE mistake is when you lash out from pain or anger. It is so easy to hurt your partner because you know the pain, the insecurities and other problems your partner has. It is quite easy to attack those and say things that are like driving a stake right into their heart. It can be tempting to do this sometimes as they do things or say things that end up hurting you. You have to be strong and stop the cycle of pain and abuse in your relationship.

Over time, all relationships have a cycle of pain and pleasure. You have to reduce the pain as much as possible in order to succeed. The best way to avoid this mistake is to walk away from your partner when they are provoking you. Do not make the argument bigger by throwing fuel on the fire. It is not fair to hurt someone just because they hurt you.

This is especially true when it comes to emotional pain because many times it is not intentional. If you intentionally hurt someone for them unintentionally hurting you your relationship will not last long.

Fredrick De La Salle is a writer and relationship coach. You can visit his blog at How To Win Back Love where he writes articles on relationships such as What To Do Ex Back.

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