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Prevent the End of a Relationship

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Preventing the End of a Relationship
By Tigress Luv, author of From Commitment Phobe to "I Do!"


Prevent the End of a Relationship

Your relationship means the world to you and you somehow feel things just aren't going right. You want to prevent the end of a relationship but you're not quite sure how to do it.


The very first thing you must do is identify the relationship problems that you are having. If you are having problems deciding whether it's all in your mind, or if your relationship is truly in serious trouble, you may find some signs of the end a relationship at this article link.


Most all relationship problems can be solved … if both parties truly want to stay in the relationship. However, sometimes, one partner wants to leave the other partner and there isn't too much you can do to stop them from leaving. There is, however, a lot you can do to undo this type of breakup. You can read more about making someone change their mind and want you back at the 'breakup eraser'.

To prevent the end of a relationship identify the key problem areas.

Write them down here:

I ask you to do this because often we are so distraught about a relationship that isn't going too well, that we fail to look at the big picture from a clear perspective.


By knowing what the problem may be, you will be in a better position to prevent the end of a relationship.


For instance, if the relationship has grown stale, you might want to do a few things to bring some excitement – not back in the relationship – but back in you. You may need to become exciting again to your partner. You can learn some tricks on gaining back their attraction to you by reading the report, winning back your attraction.


On the other hand, perhaps, there may be another love interest in your partner's life. Learning the reason behind infidelities and the real reasons why people cheat can be found at why women cheat.


Another possibility is that your partner has their own issues, such as commitmentphobia, narcissism, or codependency. You may want to learn more about these common relationship breakers by clicking on the links and reading the articles suggested here.


Most relationships end simply because one partner no longer feels a romantic love attraction to the other partner. This may be because the other partner is clingy, or angry, or jealous, has personality issues, or just has plain let themselves go. Learning what has caused the lack of romantic attraction can help you to prevent the end of a relationship.

Your job is to sit down and examine what those four flawed areas are that you wrote down above, and work at finding a suitable solution. You can prevent the end of a relationship when you seriously stop worrying about it and start looking at solutions that will rectify the situation.


Hopefully, you have now been able to identify the problem areas in your relationship, and have clicked on some of the helpful links above to better help you understand and get a plan together to help you save your relationship and to prevent the end of a very special part of your life.



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