1. You act overly impulsive.
Remember that when you get into a relationship with someone, you are essentially sharing your life with this person. And that’s why you can’t always just be acting impulsively. When you have an important decision to make (especially one that concerns your relationship), you need to loop your partner into the decision-making process as well.
2. You fake your intimacy and affection.
Whenever you fake your intimacy and your affection for your partner, they can tell. Always remember that you can’t be dishonest with your feelings. You always have to be able to mean what you say. You always have to practice genuine sincerity with your words of affection in order for them to be effective.
3. You don’t know how to argue effectively.
You always resort to personal attacks whenever you get into an argument with your partner. That’s the wrong approach to take whenever you fight. Of course, just because you love one another doesn’t mean that you automatically agree on everything. But you have to be able to manage your conflict effectively in a way that doesn’t threaten your romance.
4. You refuse to make compromises.
A huge bulk of making a relationship work lies in being able to make compromises. You must be able to be lenient. You have to be able to cater to the needs of your partner as well. It can’t be all just about yourself. You have to make way for your partner and that means that your own personal desires may have to take a backseat from time to time.
5. You throw a fit whenever you don’t get your way.
If you don’t have the kind of maturity to respond to times of adversity in a healthy manner, then you’re probably not mature enough to be in a relationship just yet. You have to understand that the world is kind and unforgiving. It doesn’t owe you anything and things aren’t always going to go your way. That’s why you have no reason to be acting like a spoiled brat when you don’t get what you want in the relationship.