Relationship Management

The number of divorce cases happening in society is increasing. The reasons for the same are alarming. Traditional marriages lived long and people still believe in arranged marriage than any other type of marriage because of the social security it brings. 

Whether is it love or arranged marriage or a living in relationship or young lovers, the base of all this is the cute four letter word “LOVE”. None can really define where exactly it gets started. Yet people believe friendship is the first stage of love. Sharing the likes and dislikes, helping each other, spending time with each other, helping each other when in trouble and such incidents get them closer.

The closeness pushes the couple to fall in love. Initial few days are made in heaven, but as day pass possessiveness starts popping up and fight starts for every small thing. This when confronted by ego, the relationship starts moving in the opposite direction, finally end up in breaking. Though the reasons for break-ups are meager, none show interest in saving the relation instead focus on solving the problem.

Some of the reasons for break-up are – 

  • Miscommunication
  • Not giving time with each other
  • Busy work schedule
  • Misunderstandings
  • Third-party interference
  • Not understanding the interest of each other
  • Doubting each other
  • Social media interference and so on

 The ways to build any relationship are:

  • Providing time for each other
  • Planning a vacation together
  • Trust each other
  • Understand each other
  • Drop your ego
  • Help each other
  • Stand for each other
  • Support each other’s dream
  • Surprise each other
  • Respect each other’s privacy
  • Have a hobby together

Any relationship builds stronger when you build trust in each other. The initial spark fades off as time passes and couples forget their feelings of being special. When the sweetness ends, couple enters into the reality of life that is when the soreness pops in. 

Understanding each other without any domination over each other and supporting when in need, survive the relationship for a longer time.

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Farida Bharmal

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