Do You intentionally make big demands to your partner and let you know he can’t afford it?
We have picked these guidance tips quoted for your lasting Relationship.
One in five long-term love relationships began with one or both partners being involved with others.
1. It’s tempting to blame your partner when you feel angry, disappointed, bored, betrayed or stressed out about your relationship. The next step is seeing your mate as the one who must change the relationship to improve.
2. Don’t start potentially tough talks if you’re not well rested and well fed. Hunger and fatigue can unleash nasty remarks and dark thoughts. Ban booze for the same reason. Save it for when you’ve achieved detente.
3.The single most powerful step you can take to keep a relationship solid? Speak less and listen more. Blame, insults, criticism and bullying predict a bad end or at least a living hell. When talk turns combative, don’t interrupt, offer a solution or defend yourself too soon.
4. Testing your partner. You intentionally make big demands or throw tantrums just to see if your partner cares enough to go the extra mile for you.
These petty tests are rather common at the start of a new relationship when you would want your lover to prove their love for you, but do not carry this habit into the later stages of love or your constant games and tests would annoy your lover and reduce the speed he is driving in terms of love he shows to you. see more here