The feeling of being loved by another person is magical, right? You get a very different perspective on life, but it can be a bummer if that relationship becomes toxic. Regular arguments, losing physical intimacy, being attracted to others, troubled mental health are some of the changes that seep into a toxic relationship. At this point, you have to decide whether you want to continue or end this relationship. Follow these steps for a healthy relationship.
Face the problems instead of being an escapist
There can be moments of friction in a relationship. Running away from them will only cause tremendous pain. Vent what is bothering you and feel much more at peace.
Think about your role
It is very easy to target someone when they are caught in a dispute. Think for a moment before raising your fingers at your partner. Did something go wrong on your part? Could the dispute be avoided if you had a more hands-on approach? You both need to take responsibility for a problem and admit that you have a part to play in a relationship.
Never lose your individuality while in a relationship. Be clear about how you feel the need to be treated in a relationship. Be very assertive about your needs. Never allow yourself to be emotionally manipulated.
Consulting experts can also be a solution for solving your relationship problems.
End the relationship
This may sound harsh, but it’s one of the most pragmatic ways to get out of toxic relationships. You’ve tried it all, but in vain. It is better to end it for the betterment of you and your partner.
(Disclaimer: The health tips shared in this article are based on common practices and common knowledge. Readers are advised to consult a physician before following them at home.)
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