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5 things you should not tolerate in a relationship

01 Feb 2017, 14:51

NTV Online
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Of course, no relationship is perfect. If you want to be happy in your relationship, you should compromise some issues, sacrifice some matters and you should be patience. Sometimes, things become excess and at that very moment tolerating all those facts are foolishness.  Whatever happens, some matters should not be compromised in a relationship only to make it happen. There is a line which should not be crossed, because what lies on the other side is unacceptable.

According to Idiva website a relationship is about compromising, and finding the middle ground, but not when it comes to these five things:

Lying

Little white lies are okay. But lying about important things really matter. A relationship is based on trust, and lying severs it irreparably. If your partner has chances to lie, he will repeat it repeatedly.

Cheating

Relationships are complex, and people cheat for different reasons. Sometimes, it is not because they have fallen out of love, or even out of spite. It is okay to forgive cheating if it is a one-off thing, and if both of you still want to make things work. However, under no circumstances you should allow it again and again.

Any kind of abuse

One does not have to hit you in order to be called abusive. Abuse can be physical, emotional as well as sexual. Anything that makes you feel disrespected or unsafe, just walk away.

Disrespecting each other in front of others

Always keep your fights private, and your taunts even more so. Many couples argue with each other in front of others as well as their families. They try to make it sarcastic, but everyone can sense the underlying tension. It is not good at all.

Stifling each other’s goals

A good partner is one who helps you become the best version of yourself. He/she will motivate you, inspire you. Whether it is professionally or personally you should feel encouraged and supported, and not that your dreams need to be put aside for this relationship.

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