What is the relationship deal-breaker for you? I’m sure you have several answers in your mind to this question.
As we know, humans are made for relationships. Whether it’s a romantic relationship, work, or family, no man is an island. Some relationships are more complex than others and all relationships need conscious effort from all parties involved to make them work.
A romantic relationship, usually, is a relationship where the people involved are intimate with each other (emotionally and/or sexually) and are committed to each other. Research has shown that even in relationships that might have been perceived as perfect, conflicts could arise and some of these conflicts may not be resolved thus leading to dissolutions.
Unfortunately, there are a number of reasons why a relationship could end, and these reasons vary according to person. What is triggering to one person might be a deal-breaker to another.
Deal-breakers are the things we absolutely must have (or not have) in a relationship in order for it to be possible. Some common deal breakers are; cheating, abuse, distance, lies, addiction, halitosis, poor hygiene, and all others. The list goes on and on.
This week, I’d like to hear from you. What is the relationship deal-breaker for you?
I rallied a few people and asked them what their deal-breakers were. See their responses below:
Physical abuse – Bertha
Infidelity is the biggest deal-breaker for me and then, reckless living – Phil
Pride and insecurity – Divine
A lazy, unforgiving, and selfish man – Rachel
Not being a hearer and doer of The Word of God – Michelle
Pride is a deal-breaker for me even in friendships. – Salome
Pride, selfishness, and dishonesty – Omolola
Eating food without me. – Tamar
What are some of your relationship deal-breakers?
See previous begging questions: Begging Questions