small shots

We all know that communication is crucial in any relationship. Problems occur due to various factors. When a relationship suffers, people end up shooting each other. Pettiness, therefore, becomes the vital point. When the first blow is thrown, retaliation is the natural response. When a problem becomes too much to bear, it is imperative to work things out. However, if this doesn’t work out, part amicably. Sort of like divorce, however, in this sense there is no reason to go to court, unless the people end up fighting over the property!

Here are some of the most common reasons relationships suffer

  • Intolerance
  • Misunderstood
  • Arrogance
  • Disrespect
  • everyone takes nothing
  • Money problems
  • fussy

Let’s try to demystify the reasons: let’s start with high levels of intolerance that are one of the main reasons why there is a rupture in the fabric of primary relationships. Due to intolerance between one another, misunderstandings arise. Lack of respect for the other person and their belongings also contributes a lot. This plays a key role and arrogance takes over the dynamic. One believes that he is much better than the other and his products are superior to the other. The financial situation can also play a key role when one has more money and the other a limited amount. The lowest-earning family member is looked down upon, while the highest-income member is given pride of place. In a broad sense, pickiness will take over and criticizing all the time is a constant.

To heal the cracks in every relationship is to make sure that all parties want to heal the cracks. Some help needed – here are a couple of solutions that will definitely work.

  • Work things out by speaking dispassionately
  • Avoid the cold war and speak your mind
  • stop being picky
  • Respect the opinions, articles and problems of other people.
  • If someone is in a financial bind, help them, don’t fight.

The key to mending broken relationships is to let go of the ‘me’ factor and infuse the ‘we’ factor. What this means in simple terms is that when you look at yourself objectively, you will be able to discover your negative aspects. This can also stop the finger pointing. All of these points are worth considering if you want the relationship to work and flourish. However, if forgiveness isn’t in the cards and it never will be, nothing will work, even if considerable effort was made to resolve the issue.

When you look at the big picture, what really works in any relationship is people’s ability to love each other. If there is no love or respect, there is no relationship. If you love the person in your life, forgiveness is crucial.

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