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Keep calm and avoid these 5 mistakes in your relationship

No marriage is perfect. All couples are bound to run into relationship problems every now and then. But when we find our soulmate, we would do anything we can to prevent mishaps and misunderstandings from ruining our happy relationship.

Research that has followed couples through happy times and breakups are bringing couples up close with the most common reasons why marriages fail. The most common reason? A lack of communication in relationships.

The good news is that there are steps you can take to strengthen your relationship. The information provided in these studies helps us learn the best ways to maintain a happy, healthy marriage.

Here are 5 common relationship mistakes to avoid to keep your marriage in tip-top shape.

1. Lying

Lies spread like wildfire and leave relationship problems in their wake. From little white fibs to straight-up lies about where you’re going and who you’re hanging out with, lying matters.

Building trust is essential for healthy relationships. Your partner needs to know that they can trust you with their most precious secrets as well as their heart.

When there is trust in a relationship your partner will know that:

  • You are sexually faithful. When you lie about fidelity, you open your spouse up to the possibility of getting an STD on top of having their heart broken.
  • You love them. Part of trust is letting your partner know that you love and care for them and won’t seek to harm or control them.
  • You don’t have any ulterior motives.
  • You build trust that you will not abandon one another during disagreements or anger.
  • Trust that the relationship matters. It is your priority to make your relationship work.

2. Letting Insecurities Ruin a Good Thing

Your past experiences in relationships can have a direct connection to how you treat your spouse.

For example, if a former partner was unfaithful to you, it may bring unwarranted jealousy or distrust into your current relationship.

This is unpleasant for both spouses involved. It fills you with needless anxiety and puts your partner in the position of feeling defensive about their every action.

Personal insecurities can cause you to do irrational things like check your partner’s phone without permission or make you feel devastated if your spouse goes anywhere without you.

It’s natural during the honeymoon period of your relationship to feel especially attached to your new beau…
 
 
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