5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

In a long relationship, you begin to see a person not as he was when you first started dating. What you used to like now is getting annoying. But no matter how angry you are, you should never tell this lie that can destroy your relationship:
1. "I married the wrong person."

Just because you are going through a difficult period in your relationship, getting used to each other, does not mean that you do not match each other. Do not make hasty conclusions and especially do not voice them.

“Relationships are not so much about finding the right person, but about being the right person,” says family therapist Glenn Lattens. Focus on improving yourself, not changing others.

2. "I no longer love him (her)."

To think that you have already fallen out of love means nothing. These feelings are very common, but if you try to fix everything, everything will be fine.

When you believe that you no longer love, finding a new partner is not the way out.Because the same can happen to him. In all respects, there are ups and downs. Do not rush to leave if you feel “love” and “passion” for someone who are no longer at home.

Take care of your relationship. Start spending more time together.

3. "Our relationship can not be saved."

There are times when it’s safer for you and your family to really leave and not stay. But before you think that everything is already lost, ask for help from a trusted friend, relative or psychologist. They can give you good advice to help save relationships.

4. "He (a) himself is to blame for everything (a)."

The charges will only push your partner further. It is even a conscious form of emotional abuse. If you do it all the time - you blame your partner for everything - he may think that the whole problem is really in him. This leads to low self-esteem and guilt.

Do not hurt people like this. Use the pronoun "I" instead of "you." For example, "I have bad feelings when you do not fulfill your promises" instead of "You never fulfill your promises."

5. “He (a) does not make me happy.”

Separate the deed from the person.This is not your husband who makes you unhappy, this is your feelings about his behavior. Share these feelings to solve a problem together.

What you say and say can either create or destroy a strong relationship. Talk to each other about what you like in your union and what you want to improve. Work together to build happy relationships.

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  • 5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship

    5 kinds of lies that slowly kill your relationship