HOW TO DEAL WITH COMMON RELATIONSHIP PROBLEMS
Relationships are always not a piece of heaven like some people may think. It is like any human relationship, full of ups, downs, mistakes, and happy moments. You reap what you sow, and the quarrels don’t mean that a relationship is toxic or that it must end, sometimes you just need to spot the problem and learn how to fix it together like grown-ups.
Acknowledging that there is a problem is the first step towards building a healthier relationship.
Lack of Communication
Sometimes, we want to feel that our partner can understand us without talking, but they are not mind-readers and it’s so hard to figure out what is going on in someone else’s head. You’ll probably think to yourself and notice that you both actually talk, but issues aren’t getting solved. If that’s the case, then the reason behind it is the lack of communication - you can listen to someone all day but without trying to understand.
You should be with someone that you can talk to and spill what’s on your mind without being judged or made fun of. Moreover, if you’re a secretive person that would rather keep things to themselves, you’ve got to work on it and learn how to communicate. While listening, think deeply about how to make the person feel understood and embraced.
People who have been through past relationships where they have been cheated on or lied to will have a hard time trusting the new partner. We are not saying that’s how it should be, but people come with baggage that we sign up for when we decide to commit to them. Also, your words and actions can make your partner feel insecure because if you’re always hiding things or using degrading language, they will feel that something is wrong with them and it will affect their self-confidence.
If you’re insecure, try to heal and leave behind your past while opening a new honest page with a loving person. Furthermore, we need to think before we throw sharp unforgettable words and always try to tell our lovers that they are great the way they are. We shouldn’t try to paint people with colors they don’t like because at some point they won’t recognize themselves and neither will we.
Intimacy is a very important aspect of any relationship, and when couples face obstacles sexually, the whole relation gets affected somehow. Its absence can lead to hidden feelings of disdain and the desire to go to lengths to get satisfied. The difference in libido levels is what controls the frequency by which people want to have sex.
Also, sexual dysfunctions as premature ejaculation are common and they are easy to solve by desensitizing agents. You’ll find that as is clarified in Promescent's guide, there are different kinds of sprays available, though you must know the difference between each. These agents help couples struggling in bed and aid them in reaching the stable sexual life they want. The physical connection is not to be taken lightly as it is as important as mental and emotional connections.
Well, we all fight and argue about various issues, but a flag should be raised when we fight about the same problems over and over again. It means that no one is listening to the other and nothing is getting solved. It gets frustrating after a while and a gap starts to appear.
If we cared more about each other’s feelings, we will abstain from doing what hurts our partner or reach a middle ground where we are all satisfied. Settling for less is not the solution, but let go of the small details that are not worth it will keep you going.
Spending Unhealthy Amount of Time Together or Apart
Doing things together is great for the survival of any relationship. Reserving in a fancy place or getting movie tickets will keep you both alive. The problem is when you rely too much on your partner and spend all the time together without realizing that this will backfire someday and make you feel suffocated. Being disconnected from the outside world won’t give you both room to grow and preserve your individuality.
On the other hand, being busy all the time and not making time for your partner will negatively impact your relationship. People need to know that the person they are with is available when needed and the worst feeling is being with someone and still feeling lonely. So, you should have a life where you get to practice a hobby or see your friends while being in constant contact with your better half.
Nobody said that sharing your life with someone is easy, but it’s worth it when you’re with the right person. Understanding, communication, physical satisfaction, and mutual respect are signs of a healthy relationship. Even if you face problems down the road, remember that they can be fixed as long as you both are willing to make an effort.
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