3 Relationship Compromises You Should Never Make – Psychology Today

“Healthy Relationship: What Every Couple Should Avoid is a blog that helps the reader specially the couples know what to avoid to have a happy relationship. All long-term relationships involve compromise. Merging two lives together, resolving big problems, and dealing with smaller ones, such as what to do on your vacation, which toothpaste to buy, and whether the dishwasher should be loaded this way or that, requires negotiations and concessions. For some of us, the question of whether we’re “settling” or compromising too much is there from the very beginning. For others, it might come later on, after the blissful rush of new love begins to fade, and our partner’s faults or shortcomings become more apparent.”

If It Isn’t Yours, Don’t Take It – Psychology Today

“You know that person at the office who’s always sick with whatever bug is going around and chooses to go to work anyway? No matter how hard you try to avoid making contact, you somehow always end up catching whatever he or she’s got. Unpleasant though it may be, it’s the nature of office culture and contagious illness: If someone catches something, everyone else is likely to catch it also.”

3 Signs That Score keeping is Destroying Your Relationship – Psychology Today

“Keeping score, from time to time, goes on in most relationships and that is normal. This type of sporadic scorekeeping tends to be experienced as relatively harmless, fleeting thoughts. Such scorekeeping can be about things like perceived household division of labor, relative financial contributions, spending habits, time spent alone or together, or even who initiates or consents to sexual intimacy.”

Why I remain Single – The Good Men Project

“Once again, I endured another Valentine’s Day. This so-called holiday continues as my big sister’s birthday and nothing more. Dear God, I want to remain single forever. As Billy Joel sang, “I don’t care what you say anymore, this is my life. Go ahead with your own life and leave me alone.”

30 Things You Should NEVER Do In A Healthy Relationship – The Good Men Project

“It can be hard to accept that you’ve found someone who has the ability to and willingness to treat you the way you deserve to be treated. You should always expect the best for yourself.Healthy, fulfilling relationships are hard to find, but once you do, you should hold onto it with everything you got. Finding someone who is both your best friend and your partner is a magical thing. Love takes work, honest communication, and selflessness. A truly healthy relationship will change and adapt to every one of life’s challenges. A robust love is one to fight for. Just remember these 30 things that don’t happen in a healthy relationship. And if you see them in yours, beware.”