Falling in love is a beautiful feeling, indeed. However, love is not the only factor that helps relationships pass the test of time. As time flies, one starts to notice things that they don’t approve of or don’t like in their partner. To keep a relationship afloat, both partners must work on their shortcomings.
It is not necessary that you and your lover will have the same likes and dislikes in life. In the formative stage of a relationship, everything that your partner does seems fine. There’s a possibility that some things about them may start bothering you in the long run. You can always try to make things work but only to an extent.
It is very important to know when to stop making efforts in a relationship. If your relationship and bond with your partner are deteriorating, then sit calmly and think about the good things in your partner and your relationship. If you find yourself unable to find one good reason, then it’s time to stop making efforts to improve your relationship with your better half.
In a relationship, arguments, disagreements, fights and fallouts are bound to ensue. At times, you may get annoyed by trivial things about your partner. But if you get mentally affected by them, then it’s time you sit by yourself and introspect.
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If you feel like you are putting in a lot of unreciprocated effort in a relationship, then you should communicate the same to your partner. Remember that there’s always scope for improvement. If they realise their mistake and work on improving themselves, then it’s a good sign. If they fail to do so, then it’s a sign for you to stop putting effort into your relationship too.
To know what is bothering you exactly, you should spend some time alone. Think about the problems that are causing you trouble. Decisions taken in a fit of rage often lead to regrets. So, you must always think everything through before jumping to a conclusion. Spending some me-time will help you have a clear picture and enable you to make the right decisions.
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