If you want a lasting meaningful relationship and you’re tired to endless dating that goes nowhere, you’ll want to watch this video.
Today we are talking about why many relationships fail and what you can do to make sure you don’t fall into this trap, but instead win at game we call dating.
By “win”, I mean find the one rather than going in circles in your dating life.
There are a few major dating and relationship tips in this video that’ll save you from another heart break and really help you become a love magnet rather than repellant.
The topic of why relationships fail actually came up on a facebook post recently and people where giving their view points on the topic.
Many believed it was simply the wrong match, bad timing, or relationship styles that conflicted which resulted in failed relationships.
While any of those could result in failed relationships, there is a far greater movement happening across our culture and it has to do with commitment, or lack thereof.
One major reason why many relationships fail these days is our inability to truly commit to anything.
The world we live in provides such instant gratification and upgrades on demand. For example, if we are hungry we grab our phones and lookup the closest and best eats nearby. Done. Full belly = instant gratification. When our phone is out of date every six months or so, we can walk into a store and easily buy or trade in our phones for the newest flashiest fanciest one. Done. Upgrade complete.
So when the things we rely on daily are that easy to change or upgrade, naturally that trade will start to effect other areas of our life. Unfortunately, love should not be one of them. Yet, it is.
If we are looking for a healthy, happy, and incredibly fulfilled relationship, commitment should be something we value rather than fear. Commitment to giving love our all, to honor our partners needs, to loving them for all that they are (not who we want them to be), to being their best friend and partner – that’s the commitment we should look forward to in our relationship.
Another reason why relationships fail is because we fear things outside our comfort zone. Thus, we fail to learn and grow as individuals.
Naturally growth happens outside of our comfort zone, so if it means we must be uncomfortable we will likely avoid it. Right?
There is no exception when that growth involves a relationship with another person. It’s so much easier to find something or somebody that simples works with who we are now. It’s much harder to be with someone that forces us to grow into a better human being simply because it’s uncomfortable to grow.
If we are able to take the time to focus on what areas we could really work on in our own personal lives and in relationships, we would have much richer, more fulfilling, and deeper connections with our dates, partners, best friends and our significant others.
As long as we continue to avoid growing into the best version of ourselves, we’ll only have surface level relationships and continue to have failed relationships because eventually the other person (or yourself) will get bored and start looking for something more engaging outside of the relationship.
So with all this dating and relationship insight, I hope that you challenge yourself to look into how committed you truly are, not only to your dating life or relationship, but also to your own person growth into an awesome human being and lover 🙂