Stop Making Unhappy Relationship Mistakes! Avoid Another Unhappy Relationship!
It is possible for women to steer clear of an unhappy relationship. However, it will require taking an honest look at themselves and their relationship mistakes.
After repeating the same relationship mistakes over and over gain, women begin to realize something is not working. The easy way out is to blame the men. However, if one looks deep enough the only consistent variable in every relationship is the woman!
Women who feel they "love" a man will stay in an unhappy relationship longer than they should. This often causes psychological trauma that can take years to overcome!
This trauma also makes it difficult for the woman to accept, and open up to, a decent man who is not responsible for the hurt and pain caused by the previous relationship.
One of the keys for women to break free from an unhappy relationship is to determine if their needs are being met!
Since many women are emotional creatures while in love, they often become confused. Simple relationship mistakes such as confusing a want with a need can result in women dating men who are not compatible with them.
Every woman's goal should be to identify those small relationship mistakes that cause most, if not all, of their problems. The results will lead to a happier life.
What also hurts women is their rush to get into a relationship to avoid being alone. Many women have paid a heavy price by moving too fast such as losing their life, contracting a sexually transmitted disease or being abused to name a few.
Every unhappy relationship that ended has small nuggets of wisdom women can learn from. Plus, each of those relationships most likely ended for the same reason although it may not appear that way!
About the Author
Shawn Nelson, MSA is a Motivational Speaker, Life Counselor and Author who creates guides, e-Courses and run several web sites that help people achieve their relationship, personal, life and professional goals. To learn more visit Goodbye Relationship Mistakes and Unhappy Relationships.
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