Inspired by "the dysfunctional couple next door"....how does one know when the right time to leave a relationship is? Is it when the couple no longer understands each other? Or is it when there is a severe breach of trust for example, infidelity?
The wise old ones (that got it right) would say if it's broke, fix it! I mean isn't that what we do when a material thing that means a lot to us is broken? So, why not apply the same logic to a "human" thing that means a lot to us....we believe so, in fact our opinion on this topic is this: The relationship should not end when it breaks a bit, whether it is a break in trust, communication, or anything else, it should end when the person no longer means anything to the other. Now, this goes whether mutual or one sided, once the feeling for the individual is gone the relationship is gone. However, if it is broken, simply fix it. Don't throw it away!
Well where do we begin with this topic? Hmmmm.......it is such an abundant mistake today committed by many to keep secrets in their relationship. I can see some people reading this and being like, no not me! I don't keep secrets from my significant other. But, let me be a little in your face and let you know that you do. I'm not saying that there are absolutely no people that are completely honest in there relationship, but they are few.
The mass majority of people fall prey to the bitterness of society or the what I like to refer to as the "random acts of Loyalty" (happens when one or both individuals in the relationship had friendships before they met the person and don't want to seem like they are going to change so they make both an internal and external commitment to the person that they are friends with that they will always hold them in higher regard- mind you this sometime also happens with family members).....There are hosts of other obvious and not so o…