Because abuse and violence, or cheating and infidelity in marriage are not the only ones that are of the ingredients of an unhealthy relationship, let's look at how to heal a broken relationship by avoiding particular ugly traps.
Keep in mind as you read on that the Course in Miracles states, "Time is indeed unkind to the holy relationship. For time is cruel in the ego's hands, as it is kind when used for gentleness."
Making a mountain from a molehill
Do you want to live in peace with your beloved?
In specific, suspect your analyses: right away designating an unfavorable significance to a sentence, a gesture which you didn't understand well, leads to misconceptions - which kills off your agreement.
If there's aggressiveness and verbal violence, to break your love relationship surely will happen.
Unjustified attacks of jealousy
It is a tribute to you, one more evidence of your good taste, of the great option you have made.
As for you, lovely women, if 'he' unconsciously turns and notices deeply a passing young lady, do not take this gesture of innocent adoration as a precursor of adultery!
It's a great way to kill your love relationship: uninspired jealousy.
Disregarding the omnipresent threats of regular
Thanks to your stable efforts, you have actually seduced your beloved, you have actually 'conquered' him/her.
One day, you chose to join your fates. Splendid! At least, at the beginning... Why therefore would you take the threat of loosening the pressure?
Of stopping your efforts?
They are the key to your happiness!
Always remember to continue: just as all you want to see going on enough time (your home, your garden, your cars and truck) -, you'll have to look after your love.
Think, each of you, of making little unforeseen and routine satisfaction to your cherished, to have some attentions for them, to reveal your tenderness, to break the daily rut by a touch of excitement.
Among others, in your moments of intimacy break your couple's routine and have and explore fun with each other!
Having far too much stress and anxiety in your career or job.
And taking that home with you is a big time stab in the heart leading to an unhealthy relationship.
In order to live a lasting relationship, or how to save your relationship, you have to remain mindfully available for your wife/husband or significant other.
Be sure to live to enjoy, and to bring moments of happiness to your man or woman who you so deeply cherish!
Letting discussion fade, losing true interaction.
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Numerous couples share the same bed, particular meals, TV programs; they sometimes go out together.
Without any more true interaction, the couple imperceptibly loses any real contact.
Think about those fallen-out-of-love couples you once in a while see at dining establishments: they're dealing with each other, indifferent one to another; they don't look at each other anymore, don't speak to each other any longer.
To rid yourself of making comparisons
Clearly, your 'ex' (or somebody among your acquaintances) said or did specific things better; was more this, less that:" (s) he, 'at least'... "
Who is perfect in the world?
Just make positive ones if you often make a comparison. Otherwise keep silent your disappointed views, bitter or disenchanted reflections.
You particularly valued these qualities in the past?
Perhaps throughout a previous relationship?
By revealing them yourself, you'll fast find how contagious they are: "Give and thou will receive!"( or something like that)...
Benefit from it to explain to your beloved what would please you; express your expectations, without vain shyness; talk to them about your desires.
Bear in mind that you chose your partner; the qualities they're missing are most likely compensated by others.
Your tenderness, your supports, your frequent issue to value him/ her, will round angles, making these comparisons quickly spoil and there you will have an unhealthy relationship.
Try not to, for lack of a better phrase, 'creak the springs' of your relationship by not ever comparing him/her to someone else "you wish he/she could rather be."
That attitude right there brings on quickly an unhealthy relationship.
Calling your children to witness
All couples often face tough moments, arguing periodically, exchanging reproaches, - in all or in part, justified.
These are adults' concerns!
Including your children, even unintentionally, hurts them.
This is the simple way to raise, bit by bit, a wall of incomprehension, of "un-love" and quickly, of hatred and an unhealthy relationship.
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To success and life and love!