Do your relationships always fail? Do you have trouble sustaining a relationship no matter how much you like him or her? There could be something going on behind the scenes that is keeping you from relationship happiness. Here are 8 reasons why your relationships always fail:
1. You send mixed signals. Your past partners might have gotten frustrated if you sent mixed signals. Your relationships may have failed if your words and actions conflicted each other. Sending mixed signals means that your partners never know where they stand with you and it’s not long before they get sick of guessing.
2. You aren’t a good communicator. Communication is a major component of a successful relationship, so if it’s not your strong suit it can explain why your past relationships haven’t been successful. If you haven’t been able to effectively communicate your wants and needs, it’s likely to have caused conflicts.
3. You don’t treat your partners well. It’s easy to fall out of the honeymoon stage of a relationship and turn into a nag or start being critical or bossy towards your partner. If you fall into this habit in your relationships it could be the reason why they fail. Your partner wants to feel special and appreciated, not be nagged at or criticized.
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“If I fail, I try again, and again, and again. If YOU fail, are you going to try again? The human spirit can handle much worse than we realize. It matters HOW you are going to FINISH. Are you going to finish strong?” -Nick Vujicic
People and events that happen in your life is not a coincident. Just like showing a small, trivial details of a cup falling might not mean any at the beginning of the movie, but the director showed this incident for a reason. Same with the bible, God wrote every single words for a reason so none of the books or chapters should not be taken lightly.
People you meet. The troubles that they shares with you. The things that you encounters with them
I feel as everything is interconnected and it’s just that we are so shortsighted that we just can’t see it. But God does. He sees the past, present, and future in one view. Its mind boggling and that may be the reason why we doubt His words and His teachings. But once I am able to acknowledge that He is omniscient and sovereign, I’ll be able to grow in full potential as He expects and desires me to grow.