I’m sorry but I guess there’s a miscommunication here. I said “Amen! God bless you, anon” for the anon’s beliefs and even going around tumblr trying to change other people’s beliefs. I’ll be praying for you and for that anon. For the record, I believe in God. He’s real, He’s powerful and He’s greater than anything and anyone else. God bless you! P.S. I don’t even know why would you confuse my response to worshipgif’s post when I said amen and God bless you. If I don’t believe in God, I shouldn’t be using nor saying those words.
Ups and downs are part of every relationship but if you ignore the problems and don’t try to solve them, it may lead to break up. You can avoid getting caught in relationship problems with the help of this guide:
- Stop arguing. Try to understand where your partner stands and don’t blame each other for petty issues. Give one another respect and value their opinion, try to listen to what they have to say.
- Support each other. It’s not necessary that whatever your partner likes to do you would love to do the same thing as well. You both must learn how to support one another’s opinions and their likes and dislikes. For instance, girls like to hang out with their friends and boys enjoy participating in sports. You should not come in each other’s way.
- Allow you partner to maintain other relations. The element of jealousy may encourage you to cut off your partner’s relationship with their other friends and even family members. But you must understand you need to give them a bit of space to breathe. You can’t control them.
How Your Inner Critic Is Ruining Your Relationship
You might think that what goes on inside your head has nothing to do with your relationship, but you’re wrong. Your inner voice, particularly your negative inner critic, can have a huge impact on your relationship. Here’s how your inner critic can ruin your relationship:
· Low self-esteem makes you an insecure partner. Your negative inner thoughts about yourself contribute to low self-confidence. When you lack confidence in yourself you become clingy, needy and insecure in your relationship. These are all things that will take a toll on your partner, who may eventually look for someone who is more confident and happy with themselves.
· Bad self-image makes you a downer. When you’re constantly beating yourself up for not being good enough, smart enough, or better looking, it comes through in how you act on the outside. If you aren’t happy with yourself you will inevitably show it in how you act and you probably aren’t going to be very fun to be around. Your partner won’t be happy for long if you’re so negative that you bring them down too.