You don't have to see a therapist in order to learn something from them. According to Women's Health Mag, here are a few way therapists tell whether a relationship will fail:
When you ask him to help you around the house, you should make the request as politely as possible. If you call him a lazy slob in the process, then you two probably won't last.
It's hard for couples to recover after being cheated on. If you don't trust your partner, even a little bit, then there's now way you're going to last.
Healthy couples touch a lot more--and we're not just talking about sex. They kiss, hug, and snuggle, too. So if you're not doing any of that with your partner, it's a red flag.
Anger can be healthy, as long as you know how to control your temper. Meanwhile, if you aren't crying or smiling around your partner, something is wrong. Your true love should make you feel strong emotions.
Relationships are never as exciting five years in as they were in the beginning. However, if you're so incredibly bored with them that you're miserable more than you're happy, you two might be heading for a breakup.
If you can watch your partner crying without giving a damn, something is wrong. Their happiness should be your happiness, and their sadness should be your sadness. If you can't identify with them, you don't belong with them.
You can fix your relationship if you both have the motivation to do so. However, if you couldn't care less about breaking up, then you're bound to break up.
Is your relationship in danger?
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