Many relationships in today society has been overwhelm with up's and down's considering that the average couple only can last as long as they carry themselves. Sometimes relationships end with one partner unwilling to compromise on a certain hobby or habit. When monogamy is just not enough to satisfy another partner, it justify as a reason to commit adultery, or polygamy. Relationships aren't bonded contracts with each partner signing an agreement upon what to do or not to do. Even if so, when you tell your partner things that you would commit to and don't forget the words "I love you and only you" they are consider moral contracts. Therefore, they do not have to be legal obligations, but our considered in someone's heart as moral obligations for a relationship.
Where the problem does lie when it comes to doom relationships; every issue in a relationship relies on the standards of each individual. Take for example your dating standards, perhaps your standards could play a role as of who you think fits you. You're not only assuming but concluded right off the table with little time to know who you are dating is right for you. Here's my theory to the women out there, do not believe the hype of "Mr. Right" just because it self explains the notion to think there is the right guy. How many men have you dated that you thought was right; do not get suck into that notion. I mean of course, the term justifies as of finding the right man but you do not want over hype the notion of finding "Mr. Right." Even at times you found a man that is just right you use the terms that are often, express is soul mate but the reality is that speculating uncertain evidence of long jeopardy can mislead you into things. You see if your setting your standards high just based on moments instead of a consistent basis of your partner then you are setting a high level of expectation on your relationship. The other person does not know of it but I doubt they would agree upon it.
There's this rule I made up it's called "Eight to a year" it is a common time table to determine everything about a relationship. Think about this method, you see the moment that the relationship starts, it has to prolong the 8-month period, and what it does is determine good or bad signs of your relationship. Let me break it down what you need to know about this method.
- 1. The level of romance and compassion
- 2. Interest
- 3. Communication
- 4. Space
- 5. Support
- 6. Care
- 7. Respect
- 8. Loyalty
Respect is both trust and honesty when you want a respectfully relationship. Every red flag our based off these eight stages but often so, they can be manipulating into a single lie or scapegoat in an argument. The "Eight to a year" logic is find how deep is the relationship after an eight-month period. Eight months seem more of a year when you are together that long but the process is what flaws may you endure throughout eight months that would tell you if the relationship is doom.
Therefore, why is relationships seem to be a thing in the past, perhaps is changing from what it used to be when it didn't require as much as of today's relationships. It has now come to the point where it's difficult to trust a random stranger asking for your number. Its come to the point where people change what they really want in a relationship. Where people often refer to having sex more than actual making love within the time they being together, where people are not willing to sacrifice their teenage years of partying into wearing work clothes or suits. It all comes down to maturity in relationships. You can still have fun and do all those things but if relationships are about sex, drinking, and having offspring without any support or plan then the notion of finding a relationship is going to be a thing in the past.