7 Deadly Relationship Sins And Why Cheating Isn’t At The Top
Cheating indeed has been a scum in relationships ever since the city of Troy fell down. All throughout history, modern and ancient times, cheating is considered a sin that should be dealt seriously. But here are 7 more deadly sins in relationships. Consider these relationship killers one by one so you can get rid of cheating and will eventually remove you from the pains of break up.
1) Lack of affection. If there is no affection or intimacy the relationship is in trouble. Affection is important and this intimacy if far from the idea of sex. It is emotional intimacy where both spouses take the time to be romantic and sweet.
2) Loss of interest in sex. All relationships experience a mad roller coaster ride of libido. There are highs and lows and lulls as life steps in and leaves its mark on the relationship. It’s important to make time for something as important as the physical connection that sex provides to the relationship.
3) No direction. Everything in life needs to have some sort of direction. Are you making plans together? Are you discussing the future? If you aren’t doing these things the entire relationship risks stagnation.
4) Lack of conversation. When is the last conversation you had with your partner that was about nothing at all? When was the last time you called him or her up just to hear the voice you love so much? When was the last time the two of you stayed up all night talking about nothing but just sharing your days? These are important to the health of the relationship and will keep you both feeling well loved.
5) Lack of loyalty. When you decided to take your bows, along comes with the package is 100% loyalty. Trust is something that should not be rejected in the relationship.
6) Poor communication. Being unable to properly relate what is going on is another relationship killer. Women may be from Venus and men from Mars when it comes to communication but your relationship is going to need to move beyond the gender barrier to some degree. You need to either find an impartial translator (like a marriage/relationship counselor) or you need to start learning the language of the other person in your relationship.
7) Too much Need for Privacy. Once you are in a relationship, expect a smaller space for personal privacy. But is honesty always the best policy? There are some things worthy not to be told in the relationship like embarrassments in the past. The sense of privacy in a relationship is important but it is also of much importance that you should never ever withhold any information from your spouse that may affect your marriage greatly like some bills not paid, lying about your salary, or having an affair.
You see, cheating could be just the tip of the iceberg. What lies beneath is something really serious that should be dealt with seriously.