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what is the reason why relationship fail?

Updated on August 17, 2016

We all ‪‎need someone to share this life, someone we look to his eyes, someone we hold his hands when we feel scared. I don't think that there is a human being anywhere on earth can live alone without a partner. Look around you now, roses live in a groups, and the moon lives with the stars, and we also learned to live in a groups, but we didn't stop at this point, we began to search for someone special to be our partner in this world, we put him in a beautiful painting in our minds, then we launched it " beloved " "‪‎sweet half " " ‪honey ", then we began to feel the feeling that we call it "‪love". The question that I would ask you now is " have you found that person? " , no matter where you will find it, or how to find it, or when you will find it, the important is " what will you do when you find it? .. Actually, I've experimented with pain, grief and fracture for entire year for one reason is that I didn't ask this question to myself, I didn't have a clear picture of what should I do, the same thing is happening to many people around the world.
After a series of events that tooks place with me, I decided to see well romantic relationship, and I started looking for an answer to the question "what is the reason why relationship fail? Where is the problem? What happens make the relationship ends?" A year were enough to talk with 100 people, I asked them " what is the thing that you think is destroyed your relationship?" In the beginning I felt that the answers are different, everyone was seen this problem according to his own experience, but in the last, I reached a common answer is " no longer loves me, I no longer feel close to him." At this very moment outbursts at me a new question is "what makes us feel love? What makes us feel close to someone? What is the thing being done by that person so that makes us feel the love?" Here I felt that the answers are very close to each other, so that was in a single image in "‪interst" "when someone cares about us, we love him." .. if I ask you now "who is the person who will love him? Is it the beautiful? Or a person who cares about you?" (Of course it's nice to get the two qualities in one person.), stays we have one problem facing us now, we see a lot of people care, but we don't like them. why? there is one answer is " they care about us in a different way from the way that we like" so what's the solution? I think it's clear before our eyes, because I wil ask you now " what's the way that you see good to care about you?" " how would you like to care about you?" Always remember that roses need someone who will give them water, but they are choosing this person ..

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      Hadi-CH 

      2 years ago

      Thank you for this additional informationt...

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      dashingscorpio 

      2 years ago

      Some very common reasons why relationships fail.

      1. Choosing the "wrong mate" for oneself.

      This is especially prone to happen during our youth. Most likely the person has yet to figure out who (they) are let alone what they want and need in a mate. They allow "impulsive connections" and "happenstance" to dictate their relationship choices.

      That's the equivalent of going shopping without a list!

      Truth of the matter when it comes to love and relationships most of us (fail our way) to success. The early relationships are often during our teenage years and frankly it's unrealistic to expect to find one's "soul-mate" for life at age 16 or 17. Whatever you considered to be "ideal mate" material at that age is likely to change when you become 25, 35 or beyond.

      Also finding out that you don't share the same values when someone commits a "deal breaker" or you learn you don't want the same things.

      2. Getting with someone for the "wrong reasons".

      He or she has money, connections/popularity, they are really "into you" but you are not into them, you hate not being in a relationship so much that any relationship is better than none at all, the sex is great but nothing else about them is interesting.

      3. Over time you just simply grew apart.

      When you first got together you were on the same page regarding all the major things in life. Later someone's career became more important or demanding, one of you had change in your list of priorities, sex/romance/passion were allowed fade away and companionship changed the nature of the union into a "platonic friendship".

      One person is happy with the way things are and the other longs for having a romantic/passionate sexual relationship.

      We're either "growing together" or "growing apart".

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