Dealing With A Bad Relationship? Learn How To Save Your Relationship
Skills To Cope and Enhance Your Life
There are some pretty crazy relationships out there. Have you found yourself in one? Are you trying to figure out if it is time to tell this relationship goodbye? Are you looking for an answer to how to deal with the relationship you are in? Do you really hate being alone so you put up with more than you should because of that?
You do NOT have to put up with the resentment and frustration anymore. There is hope. With this step by step approach to dealing with a bad relationship, you can change your relationship and start on a journey back to happiness, including some coping skills that will have you smiling in no time. I’ll talk more about that later in this article.
Relationships are challenging because of the slow way they tend to erode. Sometimes it is so slow you don’t even realize it is happening to you. In the beginning of a relationship of course there is plenty of hope, and even giddiness because you are so smitten with your boyfriend/girlfriend. That is such a fun part of a relationship, but it won’t last for very long, then you come to the meat of the relationship where you have fallen in love and are very comfortable with each other. At this time there will be little irritabilities and “spats” you have with your mate that are small, and forgivable. Over time, these spats can grow into massive arguments.
Learning some relationship coping skills will help with this. Do you remember what your last big argument was about? Was it something totally off the wall that has you questioning your sanity? Think about where all that comes from. Was there something you feel like you should have said? Taking time to think through what happened, and writing down some of your thoughts will help you the next time you begin one of these arguments. Go back and read through your what you listed. This is a coping skill that will really get you to thinking and maybe stop the next argument or at least slow it down.
If you are married or living together and are now experiencing a deep and frustrating pain and resentment, don’t despair. All is not lost. The first question to ask is “do I still love him/her?” If the answer is yes, then you have a fighting chance here. The next question is “am I afraid of being alone?” If that answer is also yes, you have more than a fighting chance. The final question is “do I want this relationship to work and to be happy again?” If that answer is “absolutely yes!”, then I have the perfect solution for you.
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