Monday, 1 July 2013

Bad Reasons to Get into a Relationship

When getting into a relationship you have to be in the right frame of mind and you have to do it for all the right reasons.

However, many people jump into relationships for a number of WRONG reasons and unfortunately they end up failing which usually means heartache for you or the poor person you have shacked up with.

So here are a few common mistakes:

1) Many get into a relationship because they are lonely. Many women hang on to

their boyfriends out of a sheer fear of loneliness, even if their boyfriends don’t treat them well, are abusive, immature and disrespectful. A lot of women think that a bad boyfriend is better than no boyfriend at all. This is a huge mistake and is best avoided. Go out with your friends and enjoy yourself instead.

2) A lot of people get into a relationship out of peer pressure. As more and more of your friends find boyfriends and they get deeper into their relationships, and some even get engaged, you may often feel sad or depressed as to why you are not able to experience the pleasure they do. You may often feel that there is something wrong with you if you are still single. However, there is nothing wrong with being single. There are many people who are single and happy, so find your self a hobby or something to engage yourself with.

3) Another common reason for people to rush into relationships is that they feel that they are missing something, and often they think that it is a male presence. However, as they soon find out, a boyfriend rarely solves the problem. The empty space that they used to feel usually still remains. These feelings will slowly damage your relationship and it will ultimately fail.

As you can see, getting into relationships for the wrong reasons may damage your relationships later on causing many problems and a lot of heartache.

When you do get into a relationship, do so not because you need to but because you want to.