You and your partner have to decide where to live, if you want to have kids, and how to save and spend money.
Relationships also end when people are afraid of being alone and won't settle for any relationship, no matter how bad it is.
Sarcasm and passive-aggression make it hard for couples to talk about their feelings. The comments may hurt the other person and make them dislike you.
We're taught to find fault when we're upset. It's easier to be a victim than to see our feelings as our body's way of telling us we're not growing enough.
Meta-emotion mismatches predicted divorce 80% of the time. It's not about fighting, but about helping your partner.
You're more likely to yell at people you care about. "Violence is bad for people and relationships," so hurting loved ones may make them want to stay away.
They'll say, "I had to lie because you couldn't handle it." This kind of behaviour causes mistrust, anger, and fear.
If your spouse doesn't agree with changes, you won't be able to see where you're going together, which could lead to fights that can't be solved.
Every relationship is hurt by taking a partner for granted. No matter what you think, a partner's worth is vital. Without gratitude, your physical and mental health will get worse.