Just because you are in a relationship and you’ve found ‘the One’ doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll manage to get your ‘happily ever after’ with that person.
Just because someone entered your life doesn’t mean he’ll stay there forever.
Entering someone’s life (or relationship) is the easier part. Staying in is what people have trouble with.
Sometimes, we tend to forget what we have just because we stop appreciating people in our lives.
The relationship is the most sensitive part of one’s life and if you don’t cherish it, it may come to an end before you even got the chance to be truly happy.
The problem is, you’re not even aware of the things you’re doing. It’s not only you; as a matter of fact, it’s both of you.
You’re killing your relationship because you’re listening to others.
Other people’s opinions seem just too relevant sometimes.
You’re allowing somebody else, a third person, to enter your relationship and someone’s gonna be obliged to search for a one-way ticket out of that relationship.
You’re killing your relationship because you’re allowing life stress to affect your love.
Life moves too fast and often you have no time for yourself.
You end up neglecting your love because you’re facing the stress of everyday life.
You knew it was gonna get tough eventually and you’ve signed up for it. For better or for worse, remember?
Your love helps you overcome any trouble and you were very much aware of it. You just forgot it somewhere down the road.
A hug here and there, hand in hand, a kiss and intimate touch could make everything go away.
You can’t seem to let go of the past.
What happened, happened. It’s not like you can do something about it, but you just can’t wrap your mind around it, can you?
You keep bringing up the things that happened in the past. You keep picking a fight over the same things that you were ok with a few days ago.
Just let it go. It’s not worth it.
What happened before should stay in the past. There is no reason to let it disturb your present and your relationship either.
You tend to forget the importance of the person you are with.
Just because you have someone beside you, it doesn’t give you the permission to make them feel less valuable.
Just because there is somebody who cares for you shouldn’t give you the green light to become this lazy person and forget your obligations towards them.
The person you’re dating should be more relevant to you as the time passes and you should be able to show it.
You’re not allowed to be lazy, you’re not allowed to make your partner do things you should be doing.
It’s ok to do you a favor, but doing things instead of you may come as a problem if it turns out to be a long-term thing.
It should be illegal to use somebody just because they love you.
Just try and remember the beginning of your relationship and the eagerness to do something for him/her. Where did that go?
Your insecurity is slowly killing your relationship.
It’s time to understand you’re good enough. You are more than good enough.
If your partner thinks you’re pretty or smart or funny, embrace it.
Nobody is picking a fight. People have the need to express their opinions and their feelings towards you and that’s just it.
Eventually, the other side will get bored of you rejecting the compliments and you’ll stop receiving them. How will that make you feel?
Your pettiness is killing your relationship as well.
It might be cute at first, but none of those Instagrammers are likely to end up in a long-term relationship. Why? Because everybody gets bored of petty people eventually.
They are mood killers, and mood killers are people we tend to avoid at any cost. You don’t want your partner to avoid you, or do you?
It might seem as if I am preaching… and I am, so why wouldn’t you listen?
Stop waiting for love or for the ‘right time’ to happen. Take your love and the time you have with your partner and make the most out of it.
Stop being insecure, dependent and mean.
Push other people out of your relationship and embrace the love that was given to you.
In a few years, you’ll end up asking yourself what happened and you’ll regret all the chances you missed with your partner. The sad part is you will not be able to take it back.
Stop killing your relationship and do something while you still have the time.