Saturday, May 2, 2009

How will you know if your relationship is in trouble?

Often we just ignore the warning signals in a relationship till it turns into open conflict. Taking a partner for granted will push you to the brink of danger. If you’re feeling great every time you get away from the relationship, then something is darned wrong with it. If your conversations are always about finding faults with each other, it’s time to bridge the gap. When one of you is afraid to talk fearing an argument, it’s about time you resolved your differences. Are you talking much less these days? Or deliberately coming home late? These are warning signals of a deep conflict.

1 comment:

  1. These are all really good points!

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