Life! 7 Actions That Destroy Relationships Slowly

Relationships may be easy to begin but difficult to maintain. There are several articles on behaviours that ruin relationships. You may like to take a quick look at the seven things discussed in the article below.

7 Actions That Destroy Relationships Slowly

One of the worst things that can happen in any relationship is when both parties feel no need to fight for the relationship. Every relationship has the honeymoon phase; where both parties feel like they are in heaven. As time passes by, both parties become comfortable and before you know it; your relationship settles into a calm mood.

Here are 7 actions that destroy relationships slowly.

1.Holding grudges.

It is human to make mistakes in relationships. Forgiveness is thus divine. It is always important to forgive and forget.

2. Blame game.

Blame game only leads to endless arguments. If you are the one on the wrong, accept and apologize.

3. Selfishness.

Every relationship depends on the ability to compromise and sacrifice. Try to put your partner’s needs before yours sometimes, and your partner will reciprocate. In the end, you both learn to compromise for each other.

4. Failing to feel sorry.

Apologizing is a simple way to acknowledge your mistake. Apologize when you are wrong and give your partner time to go back to normal after an argument.

5. Unfaithfulness.

Unfaithfulness has almost become a norm but only to our society’s demise. Staying faithful to your partner is one of the best choices anyone in a relationship.

6. Cold war.

Giving your better half the silent treatment does not solve anything. In fact, giving him/her cold war will cause a drift between the two of you.

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7. Neglecting yourself.

If your partner found you well groomed, try to stay that way. If you neglect yourself, you will turn off your partner.


The Author

Chinenye Nwabueze

Nwabueze is a communication researcher with several years of lecturing experience in Nigerian universities.

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