Reasons Why Relationships Fail

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So what is the reason why relationships end in divorce due? Is it due to some sort of adultery or “growing apart,” or on the other hand; the fallout of a “love connection.” No, that can’t be true there has to be a more in depth sense as to why this occurs so often. So what’s the real reason why he /she cheated and is it honestly because the love chemistry is no longer an element; must it truly end with divorcing one another. The major motives as a result, are lack of effort in the relationship or in short laziness, communication is key if there is someone who doesn’t take this into thought than wonderful luck, it’s the biggest no no if not done properly or not done at all and last the truthfully most surprising having a high expectation for …show more content…
It’s foolish to believe that marriage will compose them “Thrilled.” Don’t treat marriage like an out of body experience, react to every misguided action and fix mistakes done. Planning weddings, receiving gifts at a bridal shower, are every woman’s dream; but, do they surely have any idea what marriage actually is. A man’s duty is to care, adore and obtain strength for their wife, provided when they are pushed to the limit because of needs a wife demands….well let’s just say some nasty fights are clear from the horizon.
What happens when they become embittered with their “perfect marriage” and begin to slowly resent ever getting married? Looking at the mirror and questioning oneself can lead to playing the “blame game”; it’s the most common reaction executed when they should individually ask themselves “What can we do to improve our marriage?” Yeah, it’s acceptable to think that blaming one another is the easiest way to go, although how will that gain results. Give the marriage a chance to flourish; teach the mind, body, and soul to adapt to the new permanent partner part of this new stepping stone of
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Society has taught women to think that all men want is sex and that apparently sex is in their second nature so if you marry a man you can expect him to beg for sex. In theory, I’m sure both spouses are fueled to be with their “hubby” with just presumptions all alone. Expectations can stack problems within a marriage. Standards are not met on both sides. Assumptions are made based on many variables and problems, these assumptions aid to the stress everyday comes with and in result lead to the collapse of a once merry marriage. Realities of what is capable of a lover should be considerate of what is possible in this reality; unmet expectations only lead to arguments and distance to one

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