Do you ever wonder why some relationships fall apart? Here are 18 relationship turn offs that push couples away from each other unless it’s fixed soon!
You may think you’re in a truly happy relationship, but do you ever get disappointed by your partner’s behavior now and then?
Sometimes, even the most loving partner may subconsciously behave in a certain way or say a few things that can hurt their lover.
If it’s just a rare occurrence, you could overlook it.
But what if it’s something you notice all the time?
Relationship don’t always fall apart because lovers cheat on each other or argue until one of them packs their bags and leaves.
The truth is, couples almost always fall apart because of disappointments and resentments.
Relationship turn offs that can hurt romance
Every time you put up with something that hurts you, you’re only digging a hole in your relationship.
Remember, if your partner truly loves you, they may not want to hurt you intentionally.
Sometimes, a few of the hurtful things they do may be subconscious and something they don’t realize themselves.
You don’t need to always confront your partner about it, or sulk and yell at them. At times, all they need is a little nudge to realize their mistakes, so they can correct it themselves.
18 relationship turn offs that can ruin your romance
Here are 18 relationship turn offs that you need to keep an eye on. If you’re indulging in any of these turn offs *even if it’s only subconsciously*, it probably means you need to do some soul searching and ask yourself if you truly respect and love your partner.
And on the other hand, if you see these signs in your partner, rather than just put up with it, talk to them about it and tell them how you feel about this kind of behavior.
After all, your silence won’t help your partner realize that their subtle behavior is pushing both of you apart, just a little with each passing day.
#1 Insecurity and jealousy. Does your partner make you feel insecure by giving someone else more attention or by flirting with them outrageously while you stand next to them shuffling your foot in painful embarrassment? Insecurity and jealousy is one of the biggest reasons for egos and anger to creep into the relationship.
#2 Bad mouthing. Insulting a partner’s parents or their family is so common that almost all couples indulge in a bit of accusation and bad mouthing now and then. But there’s a difference between pointing out a person’s flaw and blatantly insulting them for it, don’t you think?