Why do women and men not get along anymore in relationships, and end up in "brea

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  1. 1moreHero profile image73
    1moreHeroposted 7 years ago

    Why do women and men not get along anymore in relationships, and end up in "break-up"...?

    What do you feel causes this?  How can we fix it?  What necessary steps should be taken?  Do you believe it to be moral issues?  Fear of commitment?  Lack of being open and real with each other?  etc...

    i know how i feel on this subject, but i wonder how everyone else feels, and then i will choose to elaborate after you have made your statements and have voiced your opinions.

  2. Webskitzo profile image58
    Webskitzoposted 7 years ago

    People think that when you are with someone you should be madly in love 24/7 and when you all of a sudden are not that you guys just aren't the right ones for each other.

    Relationships take work to keep them in good shape. Not always getting your way and making sacrifices for the other person to make THEM happy is key. In the end when they are happy, you will be happy for them big_smile

  3. wychic profile image86
    wychicposted 7 years ago

    I believe that it's a change in expectations. People are in a bigger hurry to jump into a relationship now and expect it to be perfect right off the bat. They digest tons of media crap about instant love and perfection when you "just know" you're supposed to be together. No one likes to think about the hard times, and when they come -- like they always will -- people would rather just walk away because it's not all that the movies promised it'd be. Ask anyone hitting their 30th or 50th wedding anniversary what kind of climb it took to get to where they are...you don't get to that point without a LOT of work. In an instant gratification world, work just isn't what people want to hear when it comes to relationships.

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    dracaslairposted 7 years ago

    depends on the relationship for example i left my ex husband three yrs ago and so happy. the divorce to a while. i had to deal with issues with him. abusive behavior was one thing that hurt the most. he wants a slave not a wife. a punching bag for when work or something really got to him. so in some cases break ups need to happend.

  5. dashingscorpio profile image87
    dashingscorpioposted 7 years ago

    Not every woman is meant for every man and vice versa.
    Since each of us chooses our own friends, lovers, and spouses we have to assume responsibility for the people we allow into our hearts and lives. In other words if you want an apple but buy an onion instead....Whose fault is that?

    Selecting the wrong mate for yourself generally will lead to a break up or living in a "go along to get along" scenario.

    A person has to know his or herself very well, what they want and need from a mate. Then they need to maintain self-discipline while dating and refuse to settle. Most relationships are the results of impulsive decisions, circumstances, or happenstance.Very few people take the time to analyize if a person is a good fit for them before becoming emotionally attached.

    We can't blame the store of life if we decide to purchase the wrong product. Whenever two businesses come together both companies practice "Due diligence" or take a hard look at the opportunity before making a decision. "Never separate your mind from your heart when making relationship decisions!" YOU are responsible for your own happiness!

 
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