Modern relationships are really very tough to carry now a days as the youth is demanding more and more with their partners. A committed, loving relationship is one of life’s greatest joys—and accomplishments. Loving relationships can be the foundation of a meaningful life, and our anchor amid life’s difficulties and uncertainties. Yet about 40 percent of marriages end in divorce, and breakups are even more frequent among unmarried couples.
The truth is that relationships don’t just take care of themselves—they require commitment, self-awareness, unselfishness, and willingness to change and grow. We have to learn to shift from “me” to “we” as the central focus of our lives. Committed relationships can survive ups and downs, but some patterns and behaviors can create more permanent damage. From my years as a therapist and knowledge of the research, I would identify four damaging patterns that raise red flags about the state of any relationship or marriage. If you recognize your relationship here, think about how to change course. (If the situation is more serious, you may want to seek couples counseling.)
Hence, both of the personality has to take their relationship to the level where there is trust, responsibility, sufficient time, love, communication and mostly importantly efforts.