Loving someone unconditionally makes us forgive them over and over and over again. But when is enough, enough?
If your partner keeps on making the same mistakes, should you stick to it? Or should you let it go? And How can you avoid making the same mistakes over and over again?
It’s important to know, that both parties play a role when mistakes are made. If one partner is constantly cheating and the other is constantly forgiving the mistake without making any consequences the wheel will keep on turning and the same things will happen over and over again.
Whether it is cheating, lying or abusing if you’ve repeated any of these kinds of mistakes here are a few reasons why.
It is possible that your behavior in your own adulthood relationship is a reflection of your parents’ relationship. If your dad were constantly cheating on your mom, you may also be cheating or you could be paranoid that your partner is cheating on you. You will always feel suspicious and this can result in jealous outbursts.
When you embark on new relationships too quickly you will repeat the same mistakes over and over again. It’s very important that you focus on yourself and nurture your own mistakes first. Deal with your own issues from the past or traumatic relationships so that you are healthy and positive when you go into a new relationship.
You may be doing the same wrong things repeatedly. Maybe many partners have dumped you over the same reason. And for some reason, you don’t get it. It’s time to reflect and listen. Maybe you are doing the same things repeatedly because you don’t want to admit that you are wrong. You are in complete denial. It’s time you accept and pinpoint your mistakes and work on them.
The reason why you are repeating mistakes could be because you are comparing yourself and your relationships with others. If you aren’t a very social person, you need to find someone who likes cuddling up in front of the TV on a Friday night. Trying to be social like your friends and trying to do a couple of things to work for two of you. The grass is never greener on the other side, it’s greener where you water it.
It’s my advice to find out what your past mistakes are, deal with them and try to fix them and work towards a healthy relationship with someone who has the patience to want to help you work through it and break the horrible cycle.
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