Breakup Advice To Fix Your Relationship

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The Dangers To Look Out For

fix your relationshipNormally, finding someone to share your life with isn’t that difficult. The bit most people find less easy is hanging on to their new partner.

Staying in love and having your relationship grow is what everyone wants. Knowing what pitfalls to avoid and what to encourage is essential for keeping any relationship alive and healthy. Because this doesn’t seem to be common knowledge is why breakup advice to fix your relationship is needed in such a lot of cases.

Modern life has made finding someone special, like dating sites on the internet, a whole lot easier than it used to be. You don’t have to meet until you’re both sure of each other… making it potentially much safer.

The beginning of any relationship, when it’s still thrilling, is normally the easy part. The initial attraction and excitement blinds both of you to each other’s faults, or at least they are easier to overlook at this stage. All you see is perfection. Nothing wrong here, it’s all quite natural.

If only this state of euphoria could last forever, life, the universe and everything would be perfect. (You could try and recapture it!)

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But, it doesn’t. Life gets in the way. You become accustomed to each other and find the need to communicate less necessary. The more you know about each other, the more you can take for granted… and the more those little faults begin to irritate.

It happens all the time and in all relationships that last any length of time. But it doesn’t have to end badly.

Fix Your Relationship By Avoiding The Pitfalls

What you need are a few tips to help you avoid any down turns. These tips are really pitfalls that mostly happen almost unnoticed and a lot of relationships fall prey to them. Being aware of what relationship errors to expect should help you remain strong and close as a couple:

First, your partner isn’t a saint. They can, and will, get some things wrong. Hormones will subside, that initial attraction will calm down, life will get in the way and when all this happens, trouble brews. Some will just assume their feelings have changed and opt for a relationship breakup to fix their problems.

Losing the initial excitement of a new relationship is to be expected, things just calm down as you get on with daily routine. Make sure this doesn’t take you by surprise and be prepared to handle it.

Second, a lack of effective communication. They say that men are from Mars and women are from Venus, meaning men and women are different and communicate differently. But, communication needn’t be such a hardship, with a little effort it’s entirely possible to understand each other. In reality, the division between the sexes isn’t that great, mostly it’s just an excuse.

Most people are well able to figure each other out if they really want to. It’s not so much, can you figure it out, but are you willing to try?

Third, You’ll have to differentiate between love and sex. Most people tend to confuse the two, and what adds to the confusion is that men see sex differently from women. As an example, women don’t just use sex for pleasure, but also to bring you closer together emotionally.

Men, on the other hand, use sex not just for pleasure but also to help them feel desired, an aspiration we all have, and need. This difference can become a problem once the relationship settles down. The differences in sexual appetite, along with one partner not fulfilling the “sexual meaning” that the other is expecting, can have disastrous effects.

If your relationship gets to this point, it might help if you and your partner can remember that sex is only one small component of everything your relationship is made up of. While for many couples, having an active sex life is an important part of their relationship, it’s important to understand that as you age and your relationship grows, it probably won’t be quite as important as it once was. Although you can always rekindle your love and passion at any time.

That doesn’t mean your partner doesn’t love you or find you attractive, it’s just a fairly common way for long term relationships to go.

I hope this “fix your relationship breakup advice” will help you hold on to the love you’ve found. Being able to make a deep, long lasting, connection with another person really is one of life’s blessings. Make your connection last by learning how to avoid the pitfalls some relationships suffer.

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