Tuesday, May 14, 2019

IS YOUR RELATIONSHIP WORTH FIGHTING FOR? These 6 questions can help you decide

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IS YOUR RELATIONSHIP WORTH FIGHTING FOR?

These 6 questions can help you decide

Calling it quits in a relationship is a hard decision, and we don’t blame you for trying out everything in the hope of making things work. However, the big question here is, is your relationship really worth fighting for? You are willing to put up with a lot to make things work, but you also need to be sure that the relationship truly deserves all the efforts that you intend to make. Here are some vital questions you should be asking yourself, and answering, before you try to save a failing relationship.

1). Is he as committed as you are? If your relationship isn’t working out because your partner isn’t as committed to it as you are, nothing is going to save it. You both need to be on the same page for things to work. Figure out what is keeping him from committing. Ask yourself if these issues can be ironed out.

2). Are you truly happy? Yes, ups and downs are a part and parcel of any relationship. But you also need to focus on how happy this relationship is actually making you. Will you be happy being in this space for the rest of your life? Or will you heave a sigh of relief if it ends?

IS YOUR RELATIONSHIP WORTH FIGHTING FOR?


3). Can you trust each other blindly? We’ve said it multiple times and we’ll say it again — trust is the foundation of your relationship. If he cannot trust you, or if you cannot rely on him a hundred percent, maybe this is not worth it at all. Remember, when trust is missing between two people, it will lead to unhappy. These 6 questions can help you decide Getty Images IS YOUR RELATIONSHIP WORTH FIGHTING FOR? ness, insecurity, and fights. Are you willing to live with all of that?

4). Do you love who you become when you are with him? Are you given the space to be yourself in this relationship? If your partner is constantly trying to change you or forcing you to be someone you aren’t, then maybe this isn’t such a good idea in the first place. Very often, we consciously or unconsciously also change the way we talk/ behave when we are around our partner. Ask yourself why you’re doing that and whether it is fair to either of you.

5). Is the chemistry missing? Physical attraction is one of the most important bits of a relationship. If you do not feel attracted to your partner, or you aren’t sexually attracted to each other, this relationship won’t last too long. While there is no denying that an emotional bond is important, a physical one is equally essential.

6). Do you have the same goals? Are you both on the same page when it comes to your future? You need to have a certain level of understanding towards where this relationship is heading, and having completely different goals won’t really help to keep the bonds strong. — Ainee Nizami, iDiva.com

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