Just as you expect the best, so it is when you expect things to be difficult.When you focus on lack and hardship, you will attract more of what you in your life.It’s a New Year, which means lots of people have been making resolutions and talking about their goals and expectations for 2017.We all know how it goes: we often have totally unrealistic expectations for the upcoming year, and then we get mad at ourselves when we can’t live up to them.That’s why it’s so important to understand what’s realistic…and what’s not. At loveisrespect, we often chat with people who have unrealistic relationship expectations, and this can lead to a lot of struggle or even unhealthy behaviors.Today, we want to break down some unrealistic expectations about relationships that can make them unhealthy or even abusive from the start.Experts say it all boils down to just a few old fashioned bylaws of romance: seem a bit conventional, experts say one of the best ways to win at love is to hold off physical intimacy until you really get to know someone.
Upon seeing his name on my phone, I jumped up thinking something was really wrong.
I asked him what he meant and told him that if he wanted to argue he needed to call me, I refused to do it through text. I wondered if all relations, without expectation, were as easy as this.
I’ve read a ton of dating advice: I wondered what it’d be like to ‘let it flow’ all the time.
Everyone has the right to end any relationship at any time, for any reason. We know breakups can be really tough, but just because a relationship ends doesn’t mean anyone failed, or that you don’t ever deserve to be happy in a healthy relationship.
To combat the blindsided feeling of breaking up when you thought everything was perfect, it’s important that you and your partner/s respect each other enough to be open and honest about how you each feel.