Seemingly perfect relationships aren’t always what they seem. The popular belief is that if partners want to be together, a happy ending is guaranteed. But sadly, this is not always the case in real life.
We think that sometimes it’s worth asking yourself if your partner is the right person for you. According to most psychologists, there are 6 telltale signs that something is wrong with your relationship.
Many people tend to say that “lovers’ tiffs are harmless.” But if fighting becomes an everyday occurrence, this may be a signal to take a serious look at yourself and your partner. The line between a lover’s tiff and something more damaging is very thin.
You should try to think in perspective: what will become of you after a few years? Once again, you need to draw a mental picture of your future with that person and reflect on how it fits into your concepts of family and love.
We often hear that the more jealousy there is in a relationship, the stronger the love. But really it’s not so.
Jealousy is destructive and must be kept in check. There are many things in life that can bring people together, but jealousy can easily destroy everything.
Jealousy is really an indicator of our inner lack of confidence. To escape the pain that this self-confidence deficiency brings, we transfer it, targeting our loved ones. Jealousy has nothing to do with love. But it is about dependency relationships.
Body language never lies. When we date a physically attractive person, we show all the signs of being in love, even if we don’t control them. We touch our hair and blush.
But the signs cannot stay the same all the time. However, they offer a good opportunity to see if the person is still in love.
If the body language shows indifference, it means that your partner is colder to you than he or she used to be.
The situation in which the loved one leaves to study or work in another country is, in most cases, extremely detrimental to the relationship.
After a few months of separation, the mental image of your partner becomes, if not faded, then blurred. There is no amount of chats through Skype or Viber, not all emails in the world can replace conviviality.
And even if their love survives, their relationship is practically doomed.
It is normal to have moments of doubt in a relationship, to give in to cowardice from time to time, and to be a little nervous when thinking about the possibility of marrying your partner.
But in a healthy relationship, time always helps ease your doubts and fears. The longer you stay together, the less room you have for anxiety.
If you experience persistent doubts, it may be a sign that something is wrong with your relationship or your inner self.
“Opposites attract.” You’ve certainly heard that phrase many times. But life often decides differently.
You can only build common plans and enjoy happiness together if your outlook on life matches. Of course, it is impossible to find someone whose priorities completely coincide with yours.
But you must have very similar views on issues such as home planning, the distribution of functions in the family, bringing up children, education, and moral values. If your opinions differ radically, there is no point in making a mistake.
Take a good look at your partner: is this really the type of person to build a serious relationship with?
Based on materials from culturacolectiva