Breaking Up to Fix a Broken Relationship

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Like the say, sometimes breaking up is hard to do, but what if breaking up is necessary to help fix a rocky relationship? Couples often wonder if this is even possible. From my experience, its not only possible, but sometimes it’s the only choice you will have. Couples sometimes say that relationship takes sacrifice and compromise, which is all true to a degree, but the truth is that, as human beings, we are blinded and blindsided by the very emotion that brought couples together in the first place – and that is love. All “red flags” are oblivious to couples in the beginning and crystal clear in the end. This is the single most important element in learning what makes successful relationships last. Solid relationships start with a solid base, so fitting a square peg in a round hole by force will lead to trouble down the road. Yes, opposites do attract, but it only works in the movies. The catch is that nature wouldn’t have it any other way, and as a relationship coach, neither would I. You see, love isn’t logical; it’s something that is beyond human comprehension at this time. If it were logical then we would be having more divorces than ever. So sometimes couples need to do the illogical action of breaking first to make a relationship work. There is more than some truth when they say that absence makes the heart grow fonder. I’m sure that most couples in love have experienced this phenomenon before. The trick is to breakup before the point of letting things gets so bad that fixing a rocky relationship will be impossible. There is an unwritten rule that if resentment between couples reaches a certain point, there is no turning back. It’s done. So how do you know what to look out for? For starters, look into yourself. Most couples that divorced or have split up have done so multiple times and in most cases, they didn’t see it coming. The root problem is that the one side will do the same thing over and over again without realizing he is building resentment. This can be anything. From little things like not listening or taking out the trash to bigger things like being absent for long periods of time. You, as an individual, need to backtrack and be honest with yourself on how your relationships have lasted and failed. You will soon notice a pattern of bad habits that can cause a relationship to crack. This is the answer to a lot of problems and it’s all within you.

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Michael Landis is a relationship coach who helps brings couples back together. For more information on how to win your girlfriend back, visit his site and learn the rules to Win back a girlfriend.

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This article was published on 2011/09/08
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