Relationship Issues You Forgive Too Quickly

December 29, 2016  |  
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Just because a behavior is common, doesn’t make it okay. In fact, most relationship dynamics are not okay, and that’s why most relationships end in a breakup.

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Don’t listen to the tacky comics who passively accept verbal abuse and belittling in their relationships or the sitcom husband who does nothing but joke about the fact that he and his wife only have sex twice a year. If something doesn’t feel right to you, that’s probably because it isn’t. There are a lot of relationships pitfalls that people are quick to forgive, just because everyone else they know does. But brushing these problems under the rug can only build resentment and distance. Here are relationship issues you’re probably too quick to forgive.

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