As it is generally known; the isolation of the mind, spirit, body, and soul is hard on all humans.
We need interaction and relationships with other people to feel validated and accepted.
In a love relationship, when love blossoms, deal breakers in a relationship are the last thing to cross your mind.
A love relationship can seem to be the easiest but it is one of the most complex kinds of relationship you can be in
What is a deal-breaker in a relationship
Before engaging in a love relationship most people think about the kind of person they would like to date, they often list the qualities we most desire in a partner—their dealmakers.
But more often than not, people tend to forget to set deal breakers in a relationship.
Deal breakers in marriage are thequalities that would disqualify someone as a dating prospect or as a potential marriage partner, regardless of how many other wonderful traits and characters they have.
Below is a list of some of the top deal breakers in a relationship.
If your answer is ‘yes’ to one or more of the following questions, please tread carefully in the relationship or walk away.
But it mustn’t get too excessive, you must also consider how well your spouse handles disagreements, do they insult you whenever you are arguing?
Do they beat you?
Do they make you inferior in an argument?
Evaluate those questions to know if you are in the right relationship.
It is crucial to remember one of the key marriage deal-breakers, which is, abuse in a relationship or marriage.
11. What are your instincts telling you
Is your conscience telling you that the relationship will not work?
You have to pay attention to your instincts.
It happens so often that we feel that something is not right but don’t have legitimate reasons to explain that, and ultimately something bad actually happens. Although it could be a self-fulfilling prophecy, you need to pay attention to the signs your intuition is sending you.
12. Does your spouse have health issues
A critical question you have to ask yourself before committing your mind and body into a relationship is whether your spouse has health issues such as STDs. Ask yourself what kind of health issues can you live with and what is too much for you. Be honest with them and with yourself.
13. Is your spouse inattentive or uncaring
Does your spouse care less about your wellbeing?
Does your spouse care less about what you are doing?
Does your spouse prove too busy to make the spare time to listen to you and do the things you do?
Critically evaluate those questions to know whether this is a deal-breaker for you and what does it mean for the relationship you are in.
14. Do they keep you away from their friends or family
No one is an island, and our friends and families comprise an essential part of our lives.
If your partner looks at you as their significant other, they would be receptive to the idea of making you meet the parents and a close circle of friends.
The only exception to factor in can be a complicated family dynamic, where your partner may not immediately take you to meet them.
Having said that, they should be open to eventually taking you out to introduce them or being willing to communicate on reasons why not.
15. Are they unavailable when you need them
If you are battling a crisis and need their help, and you’ve repeatedly found that they haven’t been there for you, will you consider it a deal-breaker? It’s indicative of their unreliability and unwillingness to be there for you if you are going through all the crisis alone.
You need someone more dependable who can offer you help and comfort.
If you feel disconnected or frustrated about the state of your marriage but want to avoid separation and/or divorce, the marriage.com course meant for married couples is an excellent resource to help you overcome the most challenging aspects of being married.
Sylvia Smith loves to share insights on how couples can revitalize their love lives in and out of the bedroom. As a writer at Marriage.com, she is a big believer in living consciously and encourages couples to adopt this principle in their lives too. Sylvia believes that every couple can transform their relationship into a happier, healthier one by taking purposeful and wholehearted action.