how to fix a relationship

how to fix a broken marriage

 

 

Want to know how to fix a relationship or how to fix a broken marriage? Then you have come to the right place!

 

 

Let’s start with the harsh truth.

 

Some things we know can’t be easily fixed.

A broken vase will always display its’ cracks even if you manage to glue it together.

A crumpled paper will always stay a little bit imperfect, no matter how hard you try to erase the creases.

 

But other things CAN be slowly repaired with lots of love, time and care, including relationships.

 

Especially with relationships.

It makes sense to try to make things right with the people you love.

But how does one do this, in a time and place where people would rather replace everything than work on fixing things?

 

Well, I can tell you how they DON’T DO IT.

 

Below I have listed 100 great ways to ruin a great relationship.

If you want to fix a relationship, you can promptly start by eliminating these 100 behaviors IMMEDIATELY.

 

I truly believe that you can ADD a lot to a relationship purely by TAKING THE CRAPPY STUFF AWAY.

 

Here are 100 things YOU DON’T WANT TO BE DOING if you are serious about fixing up your relationship.

 

Want to know how to fix a relationship right now?

 

REMOVE these 100 items, pronto, permanently and indefinitely, off your daily to-do relationship list.

 

Let the elimination games begin!

 

1 – Tell little white lies

2 – Tell the big lies too

3 – Be dishonest about money

4 – Expect more than you are willing to give

5 – Speak rudely

6 – Hide your true feelings about things

7 – Behave disrespectfully

8 – Make unrealistic demands

9 – Break their trust

10 – Get angry at little things

 

 

11 – Be closed to new experiences

12 – Not understand what commitment means

13 – Fail to stay committed

14 – Not put in any effort

15 – Give your partner the silent treatment

16 – Speak negatively about your partner

17 – Go to bed angry every night

18 – Feel resentful

19 – Feel ungrateful

20 – Overstep boundaries

 

21 – Make constant excuses

22 – Cheat

23 – Avoid intimacy

24 – Think that the world revolves around you

25 – Show a lack of affection

26 – Obsess over the little things

27 – Have a short temper

28 – Make other people a priority in your life

29 – Refuse to listen

30 – Constantly ignore their good advice

 

 

31- Constantly attack him or her

32 – Be manipulative

33 – Act clingy

34 – Blame them for everything

35 – Think you are always right

36 – Be stubborn

37 – Always bring up the past

38 – Refuse to move on

39 – Assume they should fix everything

40 – Fail to realize it takes two to make a relationship work

 

 

41 – Push your partner’s buttons

42 – Be sarcastic

43 – Think they should be able to read your mind

44 – Suck at communication

45 – Neglect your needs

46 – Neglected their needs

47 – Get distracted when it’s important

48 – Constantly nag

49 – Bottle up your feelings

50 – Be critical

 

 

51 – Always put yourself first

52 – Fail to have a healthy life balance

53 – Fail to find good healthy role models to model

54 – Have an unhealthy addiction

55 – Roll your eyes

56 – Bury your emotions

57 – Abuse him or her verbally

58 – Abuse him or her physically

59 – Abuse him or her emotionally

60 – Refuse to say sorry

 

 

61 – Spend no quality time together

62 – Constantly compare your partner to others

63 – Fail to divvy responsibilities up fairly

64 – Hold grudges

65 – Show no respect

66 – Show no loyalty

67 – Be constantly jealous

68 – Make untrue accusations

69 – Fail to see their side of the story

70 – Put him or her down in front of others

 

71 – Constantly deny sex

72 – Skip dates

73 – Distance yourself

74 – Take your partner for granted

75 – Never say I love you

76 – Never celebrate anything special

77 – Fail to support him or her

78 – Ignore your dreams

79 – Ignore their dreams

80 – Stay within the confines of your comfort zone

 

 

81 – Try to change your partner

82 – Think you should not have to change

83 – Constantly complain

84 – Never feel happy

85 – Always put him down

86 – Be a one-upper

87 – Have thin (as opposed to thick) skin

88 – Get easily offended

89 – Regularly offend him

90 – Be petty

 

 

91 – Start fights for no reason

92 – Fail to fight fairly

93 – Never take a holiday together

94 – Frown constantly

95 – Groan when they are speaking

96 – Never look into their eyes when speaking

97 – Don’t give a morning kiss or cuddle

98 – Don’t give a goodnight kiss or cuddle

99 – Ignore your partner

100 – Give up

 

 

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