Simple Reasons your Relationship is Failing
May 28, 2017 (No Comments) by Tahlia Peppard

We have all had our fair share of good and bad relationships, whether you seem to be the problem or they are. Now, you have finally managed to land yourself in another relationship and it isn’t going great, but it isn’t going bad either. However, there are some obvious reasons your relationship is failing.

So, I’m here to help you figure it out and hopefully let you see some of the more obvious warning signs.

Being Clingy

being clingy

Firstly, you’re too clingy. We’re all guilty of this, we have all carried on messaging our significant others (known as ‘SO’ from here) on a night out with their friends. It’s not cute anymore and you probably need to stop doing it, because chances are, it’s annoying your SO and their mates.

Now, fear not, there is a way to stop doing this or to stop being clingy; whenever you reach for the phone think about the message you are sending and if its really necessary to send it to them RIGHT NOW. Try take your mind off of messaging you’re SO and go for a walk or organise something to do with your pals. Keeping your mind occupied will help you refrain from messaging your partner all the time. Also, if you’re out with them, give them some space, it makes you seem more confident and sexy.

Fighting…

couple fighting

Secondly, you’re fighting a lot. Hey, don’t worry, I get it, leaving the toilet seat up and letting it falling down there in the middle of the night ain’t pretty or being nagged all day to clean the house is not in any way attractive. But maybe the fighting is getting a bit much and could be a major reason as to why your relationship is failing.

This is a tough one to deal with because sometimes couples are able to pull through and learn to deal with rough patches, but sometimes, the fighting is getting to both parties and is becoming slightly unhealthy. What you both need to do is sit down and establish whether you both really want to make the relationship work, because trust me, it takes a lot of effort to be willing to work at it each and every day.

Try not to nitpick at every little thing your SO does and remember they are human too. Take a deep breath before starting something that could end in a huge argument and think whether it’s really worth saying. Half the time you’ll find it probably isn’t. And if it gets that bad and you still both really want the relationship to work, look into going to a relationship therapist or counselor, they will help you work on yourselves and each other.

Sexy Time With Another

couple fighting

Thirdly, one of you has cheated but despite this, you have decided to stay together. I give props to anyone who is willing to do this because I can imagine it is not easy.

So, you have decided to forgive your SO and stay together but the cheating and not trusting is causing your relationship to fail because you just simply cannot let them out of your sight. My advice here is to have a think if you really want to stay with someone who’s cheated on you and if not then leave, but if you do, you need to forgive and let go, its the only way you both can move forward.

I know this is easier said than done but, you have decided to be with you SO and because of this you cannot keep holding cheating over their head. Forgive and forget, as the old saying goes.

Lazy Bugger

lazy

Finally, another obvious reason your relationship is failing is one partner is putting more effort in than the other.

This may seem tiny and insignificant, but I guarantee you, being the only one putting effort into the relationship can become tiring and dull; you’re always the one making plans to see your SO, or you’re travelling to their house all the time or you’re the one thinking of gifts or small things that would make your partner happy. The list goes on and on.

A simple way to overcome this is to speak openly about it to your partner and tell them how your feeling, again, easier said than done. But if they are somebody you want to be with, you have to open yourself up to them and let them know how you’re feeling. If they react badly, you know it’s probably not meant to be, but if they take it well and apologise, give it a go!

This is not gender specific and suits anyone who is in a relationship. I hope in some small way I have helped you see the obvious reasons why your relationship is failing and maybe helped you overcome some of these common issues.

Tahlia Peppard
I’m interested in writing and reading as well as keeping up with entertainment news as a personal interest. Love to travel and meet new people!

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Simple Reasons your Relationship is Failing
May 28, 2017 (No Comments) by Tahlia Peppard

We have all had our fair share of good and bad relationships, whether you seem to be the problem or they are. Now, you have finally managed to land yourself in another relationship and it isn’t going great, but it isn’t going bad either. However, there are some obvious reasons your relationship is failing.

So, I’m here to help you figure it out and hopefully let you see some of the more obvious warning signs.

Being Clingy

being clingy

Firstly, you’re too clingy. We’re all guilty of this, we have all carried on messaging our significant others (known as ‘SO’ from here) on a night out with their friends. It’s not cute anymore and you probably need to stop doing it, because chances are, it’s annoying your SO and their mates.

Now, fear not, there is a way to stop doing this or to stop being clingy; whenever you reach for the phone think about the message you are sending and if its really necessary to send it to them RIGHT NOW. Try take your mind off of messaging you’re SO and go for a walk or organise something to do with your pals. Keeping your mind occupied will help you refrain from messaging your partner all the time. Also, if you’re out with them, give them some space, it makes you seem more confident and sexy.

Fighting…

couple fighting

Secondly, you’re fighting a lot. Hey, don’t worry, I get it, leaving the toilet seat up and letting it falling down there in the middle of the night ain’t pretty or being nagged all day to clean the house is not in any way attractive. But maybe the fighting is getting a bit much and could be a major reason as to why your relationship is failing.

This is a tough one to deal with because sometimes couples are able to pull through and learn to deal with rough patches, but sometimes, the fighting is getting to both parties and is becoming slightly unhealthy. What you both need to do is sit down and establish whether you both really want to make the relationship work, because trust me, it takes a lot of effort to be willing to work at it each and every day.

Try not to nitpick at every little thing your SO does and remember they are human too. Take a deep breath before starting something that could end in a huge argument and think whether it’s really worth saying. Half the time you’ll find it probably isn’t. And if it gets that bad and you still both really want the relationship to work, look into going to a relationship therapist or counselor, they will help you work on yourselves and each other.

Sexy Time With Another

couple fighting

Thirdly, one of you has cheated but despite this, you have decided to stay together. I give props to anyone who is willing to do this because I can imagine it is not easy.

So, you have decided to forgive your SO and stay together but the cheating and not trusting is causing your relationship to fail because you just simply cannot let them out of your sight. My advice here is to have a think if you really want to stay with someone who’s cheated on you and if not then leave, but if you do, you need to forgive and let go, its the only way you both can move forward.

I know this is easier said than done but, you have decided to be with you SO and because of this you cannot keep holding cheating over their head. Forgive and forget, as the old saying goes.

Lazy Bugger

lazy

Finally, another obvious reason your relationship is failing is one partner is putting more effort in than the other.

This may seem tiny and insignificant, but I guarantee you, being the only one putting effort into the relationship can become tiring and dull; you’re always the one making plans to see your SO, or you’re travelling to their house all the time or you’re the one thinking of gifts or small things that would make your partner happy. The list goes on and on.

A simple way to overcome this is to speak openly about it to your partner and tell them how your feeling, again, easier said than done. But if they are somebody you want to be with, you have to open yourself up to them and let them know how you’re feeling. If they react badly, you know it’s probably not meant to be, but if they take it well and apologise, give it a go!

This is not gender specific and suits anyone who is in a relationship. I hope in some small way I have helped you see the obvious reasons why your relationship is failing and maybe helped you overcome some of these common issues.

Tahlia Peppard
I’m interested in writing and reading as well as keeping up with entertainment news as a personal interest. Love to travel and meet new people!

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