What causes a break in relationships?
Many couples don’t know how to establish the basis for a positive, healthy, long-term relationship.
Because of this, you may find yourself stuck in an unhealthy relationship and inevitably be forced to have a break at some point.
4 reasons most relationships fail (even when both of you want it to work):
Failure to communicate:
Communication is vital to a healthy relationship.
Many people feel unable to tell their partner how they’re feeling, what they want and what they’re unhappy about in a constructive, consistent manner.
A lack of trust, whether it relates to faithfulness or money, can have a negative impact on any relationship.
Causes of distrust may include cheating, conflict (fights or arguments), lying, abusive behaviour or being unfaithful.
For a long-term relationship to work, partners need to have common goals.
Shifting goals, particularly if they are moving further apart, can wreak havoc with relationships
Physical, mental or financial abuse can happen.
Inevitably, this leads to significant problems in your relationship.Book a consultation