Insights about Relationships. Why do the majority of relationships fail? Why are most people unable to succeed in their relationships? Why do so many people fail in their relationships?
There are several reasons why relationships fail.
After giving many people consultations and counseling, I discovered that failed relationships may be linked back to the following aspects and causes. I also done some research on relationships and discovered that statistics back up these causes.
Let’s look at these observations one by one.
People who were not loved as children are more likely to fail in their relationships.
Early childhood love, from a parent to a child, is critical for that child.
The child will grow up, carrying that love with him or her, and will eventually be able to love back.
Return of love?
Love back implies that an adult is capable of loving his or her partner as well as his or her children as a future parent.
A youngster who does not receive affection from his or her parents will seek love in a possible companion. The spouse may not have that love for him/her, and the relationship will fail as a result.
2-A child who does not receive love from his or her parents will grow up and, becoming a parent, will be unable to love his or her children. He/she is most likely incapable of loving his/her offspring. What you don’t have, you can’t give.
3-If we love our children enough, we can save many relationships.
4-A person who lacks childhood love may continue to look for love in various future partners. Usually, this does not work.
5-Many failed marriages will result from broken connections caused by a lack of childhood affection. This cycle will continue, producing the same people with the same outcomes.
6-Many women are drawn to men who have the same personality as their fathers. This component of “father-love” indicates that the relationship is more than just physical. Relationships have a metaphysical or spiritual component.
7-A lot of level-6 ladies are drawn to level-3 guys. Level-6 people are quiet and serene, and they are inclined to agree with you on most matters. The macho type is at level three. Level-3 people want to do things their own way, are unwilling to compromise, and are ego-centric. This personality difference can be a big attraction element for both men and women.
8-Despite their contradictory remarks, many women prefer macho males. This behavior indicates that if both parties, man and woman, share the same autonomous personality, the relationship is doomed to collapse. It may last for years, and some may argue that the fact that it has lasted for years proves that it works. During those years, however, that relationship is “searching” for a cause to end it, and once found, it ends. This behavior explains why some long-term relationships or marriages fail. That connection was never built on firm ground to begin with.
9-Whenever the two partners, man and woman, have equal importance, the relationship is doomed to fail. This implies that one spouse “MUST” be more important or significant than the other. Some partners with equal levels of independence are content, but this is the exception rather than the rule.
10-Career and Relationships: Career and associations have inverse relationships, which means that the more successful you are at work, the less successful your relationship will be. I’ve noticed that this is more common in women than in men. Some people are successful in both, but they are the exception.
11-Age: I’ve discovered that most women in a relationship/marriage change negatively toward their partners between the ages of 40 and 45. The woman becomes more antagonistic to her partner at this age. The end outcome is usually a broken relationship.
12-People who are unsuccessful in their relationships endeavor to succeed at work, and they usually succeed.
13-Most women appreciate their independence. Many women believe in and advocate for women’s emancipation. In a relationship, however, the woman prefers to be a follower rather than a leader. Women who are followers in relationships are more content than other women. Women may tell you that this is not the case, but “their relationship conduct” is completely different.
14-Energy Balance: Maintaining masculine and feminine energy in each gender is critical. As women say, a highly compromising man is good for the woman. However, the woman begins to complain deep within her unconscious psyche. Some guys will accept a macho lady. Educated men take it pretty well, but that behavior is not allowed deep within the unconscious mind.
15-Lack of self-esteem: This is more prevalent in men than in women. People with poor self-esteem, particularly men, are more likely to fail in their relationships.
Those assumptions may sound contentious to you, especially if you are a woman.
I don’t expect you to agree with me on every point. However, studies and statistics back up these assertions.
I strongly urge you to demonstrate objectively that they are false for the sake of truth.
Thank you very much.
On the other hand, if we agree on those causes, does that guarantee our relationships will fail?
Do we understand how to overcome a loss of childhood love?
Many tools for dealing with relationship problems have been established and acquired by the personal development and self-growth domains.
There are self-love tools available.
There are strategies for dealing with negative energy in relationships.
Self-acceptance tools can improve one’s personality.
Under trance, either light or profound, the person can access resources from his or her past and bring them to the present or future.
There will be other articles and ideas on how to strengthen your relationship.
I’ll talk more about remedies in future publications.
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