Not every relationship you see out there is healthy, quite a number of them have peculiar struggles and are just putting up a happy facade to create an illusion. If you have your relationship going really well, it is a such a huge blessing and you should do a lot to keep it running fine. My focus today however is on those who are having a good relationship gradually going bad but they either do not know it because they have not been paying attention, or they are just blatantly ignoring the warning signals.
A relationship/marriage that’s going downhill can affect more than just your sense of well-being: It can also raise your blood pressure and make you a target for health risks. To forestall such occurrences, don’t ignore these warning signals of a bad relationship. The sooner you face reality, the better for you.
Without much ado, I will explore just three of them in a bid to make sure this article doesn’t get too long and boring. If there is need to know more, please feel free to send a mail to email@example.com or join the GLOWVILLE LOVERS CLUB. For now, here are three of the warning signals that show that a relationship is on a downturn.
If you can’t tell your family or friends about the things your boyfriend or husband says and does, then you may not be in a healthy loving relationship. If you have to lie to protect him or her, then the relationship is sick. The truth is, You’re not just with the wrong guy…you’re being the wrong type of woman.
This is one of the most important signs of bad a relationship: If your man or woman doesn’t love or accept you as you are, run for the hills. Whether you’re rich or poor, fat or slim, your partner should accept you unconditionally and not work on changing you.
Your partner doesn’t trust you. Constant phone calls, demands to know your whereabouts and jealous fits are NOT signs of love! If your partner doesn’t trust you or keeps accusing you of lying, then you need to re-evaluate your love. If they opens your mail or shows up at work unexpectedly or constantly sneaking on you, they don’t trust you and this is a sign of deep insecurity, which could lead to more serious relationship problems.
That will be all I can take in this article. If you need to discuss this further, please shoot me a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org