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What is your Single Biggest Frustration in Relationship
I have a friend that's is going to through hell in a relationship with his girlfriend and it makes me wonder, Is relationship that bad? is it not supposed to be good. Then again maybe I am not facing reality which is why I want to know from you guys, your biggest frustration and challenges when it comes to relationship
When there is a lack in understanding or not conforming to your significant other. We all have different personalities and when you don't make an effort to understand your mates it can cause communucation problems.
Probably the biggest frustration most people have is wanting or expecting their mate to behave a certain way. The only person you can control is yourself.
We are who we are and people change when THEY want to.
It's very important to know who you are, what you want, and need in a mate (prior) to becoming involved with someone. It's very frustrating trying to "change water into wine" or learn how to "fit square pegs into round holes." We are far better off getting with someone who (already) is what we want. For example if one would like their mate to be more affectionate then the question arises as to why they did not select an affectionate mate to begin with. Each of us chooses our own friends, lovers, and spouse. There's no getting around that. All relationships are "at will" and no one is "stuck" with anyone. One major key to having a happy relationship is being with someone who "naturally agrees" with you on the major things in life and shares the same goals for the relationship.
I biggest frustration with my husband is when he's grumpy. I don't understand how it can make him feel good. It could be worse so I shouldn't complain...He has to put up with me not managing to be able to get dinner before eight o'clock..
Loosing him so early!
Not having many frustrations with my husband and not having the opportunity to enjoy it for a few more years...
Not knowing what the other person is thinking. Or worse, knowing what they are thinking but not be able to get them to validate or invalidate your knowledge of that. Like when you know you're partner isn't happy in the relationship, yet they won't say they are happy or are unhappy.
My wife and I are from different nationalities, so sometimes verbal communication becomes confusing. Even after 25 years what we say and how we say things are not necessarily what the other hears.
When someone starts shouting without any reason and without knowing the proper reason. It is really hell-like. And I think it can be an obstacle in any relationship. So one must control his/her temper.
Look, the thing about relationship is that, if it is the right person, then even the most difficult obstical should seem easy, because you guys just simply love been with each other and you guys would enjoy each other's company. if it is not the right person, even the smallest thing would be an obstical, even the idea of spending time with each other, might seem like a chore.
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