“The walls we build around us to keep sadness out also keeps the joy out.” – Jim Rohn
Are these 10 relationship killers ruining your love life without you knowing?
Some relationship killers show up in uncanny ways and patterns, whether it’s self-sabotage, bad habits, or unhealed trauma. Individually, they might not be a dealbreaker in your relationship, but if compounded over time, you might find yourself in a situation where you can’t repair it anymore.
In this episode of The Elevated Life podcast, we’re sharing “10 Relationship Killers” so that you can make sure you are not doing this in your relationship. If you’re looking to strengthen your relationships and build deeper connections with those around you, keep listening!
Tune in to hear:
✨ How to recognize where the relationship killers are showing up in your life
✨ What being jealous says about you
✨ Why you need to express your needs to your partner
✨ The number one thing that immediately ends intimacy in relationships
10 Relationship Killers
Being Cold and Callous
Being cold and callous in a relationship can have damaging effects. It can create confusion and insecurity in the other person, causing them to question their worth and making it difficult for them to be vulnerable and open up. When someone is met with coldness in a moment of vulnerability, it can train them to keep their feelings and thoughts to themselves, leading to a breakdown in communication and a decrease in intimacy. This can lead to feelings of unhappiness, dissatisfaction, and potentially even the end of the relationship.
When we are in a relationship, it’s easy to fall into the trap of making assumptions about our partner’s thoughts and feelings. However, making assumptions can lead to unfulfilled expectations and misunderstandings. Instead of assuming, it’s important to open up the lines of communication and express our needs and wants clearly. When we do this, we set realistic expectations and avoid misinterpretations. On the other hand, if we rely on assumptions and don’t ask questions, misunderstandings can arise and cause disappointment in the relationship.
Lack of Respect
When we show respect towards our partner, we create a positive and supportive environment for them to thrive in. By continuously building up our partner, acknowledging their strengths and achievements, and speaking positively about them to others, we show our respect for them. Respect also involves giving our partner the space they need and treating them with dignity. This allows them to feel valued and appreciated, leading to greater intimacy and connection in the relationship.
Trust is a vital component in any relationship, be it romantic or platonic. Breaking trust can lead to a loss of respect and a breakdown of communication, causing intimacy and connection to fade. When trust is broken, it can also lead to a loss of safety in the relationship. Without trust, we may feel vulnerable and unable to be fully ourselves with our partner. This can cause the relationship to become strained and lead to the eventual breakdown of the relationship.
Highlights from this episode:
(05:17) The first relationship killer that you are probably already doing and not realizing
(08:17) How being cold and callous towards your partner can be a relationship killer
(12:16) Why you need to express your needs to your partner
(15:23) The next relationship killer that can bring your past into your current relationship
(16:53) What being jealous says about you
(19:14) How angry outbursts can automatically make your relationship over emotionally
(20:25) The biggest relationship killer
(21:23) How to recognize where the relationship killers are showing up in your life
(23:26) The hardest relationship killer because we struggle to do it for ourselves
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