It's difficult to tell what's true and what's not when it comes to relationships because there's so much written about them.
We've compiled a list of relationship stereotypes that you should get rid of right away.
There Must Be Passion At The Beginning
Not every relationship begins with a whirlwind of adoration. As a result, it's important to pay attention not only to passion and sparks, but also to a sense of security and comfort you feel (or don't feel) when you're near someone. It is far more crucial for a strong relationship if you can laugh together and trust each other.
Happy partners have the same interests.
Everyone has their own set of interests and pastimes. Don't assume that since you enjoy opera and your potential significant other enjoys rafting, you'll have nothing in common and be unhappy together. Personal interests, on the other hand, will make you more appealing to your mate.
Happy couples never fight
People who never fight usually just don’t care. Couples without troubles are usually on their way to a breakup. We are not saying that foul language or abuse are okay, but small quarrels shouldn’t worry you. They happen to everyone, and this is how you and your partner learn to understand each other better. Making up is always nice too.
Happy partners adore each other's relatives and friends
Expect your mate to adore you and your family unconditionally. You don't have to like your partner's family either. For the connection, you only chose each other. After that, all you have to do is structure your interactions with others so that no one is offended. The idea is to tell each other and your families about your hopes and boundaries.
Happy Couple Are Always Together
It's a fallacy to believe that happy couples' partners never separate. Everyone wants to spend some time alone at some point in their lives. Partners in happy marriages recognize this and quietly offer one other personal space. It's impossible to blame yourself for wanting this. It's important to take a break from household responsibilities. It doesn't imply you've stopped loving your partner; on the contrary, it can help keep sentiments alive or even give the relationship a fresh lease on life.
Reality vs expectation
A lot of the time we learn the characteristics of a "perfect" relationship from movies or ads. But they have little to do with reality. Remember that when noticing your partner's little flaws. They make them real.
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