relationship warning signs

One of the most healthiest skills in life and loving relationships is learning how to surround yourself with people that make you a better person. Unfortunately, most people tend to keep or latch on to friends and lovers that really do nothing to improve the quality of your life.

Do you have people in your life that are toxic, negative, trolls and constantly negative?

I used to have a lot of friends like this growing up. I still know people in their 30′s that are constantly bashing others, have nothing fun and positive to talk about, they whine and complain, they can be very critical. I limit my exposure to these people as much as possible just as you should.

In this article, you will learn what I believe to be the top 5 warning signs that you’re in a bad relationship. As you read these, what improvements could you make on your end? Which skills are you lacking?

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relationship truths

People have been struggling in relationships since the beginning of time, right? Even after thousands of years, men and women continue to struggle figuring out how to date in their current society.

Some people get it pretty well, but most people struggle. I really believe that it just has to do with a lack of real knowledge and experience. Some people get more experience than others, some people spend a lot of time learning and working on themselves.

Then you have others that don’t spend any time on themselves and simply go with the flow and hope for the best. If you’re the type of  person that continues to live the same way year after year, then this could be a big reason why you’re not getting the relationship success you wish you could have.

To continue my pattern of lists, here are 7 relationship truths that you need to attach deep within your core and remind yourself how important they are to remember:

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life is short, love is rare

At the end of the day, men and women want happiness in our relationships. Whether it’s with our lovers, our friends, our colleagues or our bosses, we generally would like to be in environments where we are happy.

Nobody likes coming home to a household that lacks happiness. I grew up in a house that didn’t have a lot of happiness so I know that I would never want to pass that kind of environment onto my children.

Over the years, I’ve discovered many things that happy, successful relationships have. I like creating lists as I feel like they’re better for your reading, so I’ll continue the trend with these 5 relationship habits that increase the overall level of happiness for both you and your partner: [click to continue…]

improve your life

Just like most people that have been able to build successful, long-lasting relationships, I have found my own life strategies that work extremely well.

So what’s in my bag of tricks? As you read this article, understand that these 7 pieces of life advice can help you just as much as they have helped me. Perhaps you’re already doing some of them. If so, that’s great! Keep it up.

If not, then apply all of these to your life and I promise that your relationships will improve, you’ll be happy with yourself and your confidence will shoot through the roof.

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BPD Marriage

Being in a long-term relationship and married to someone with a personality disorder such as BPD (borderline personality disorder) can be an immense undertaking, especially if you have no prior knowledge to what you’re up against.

Relationships in general are difficult for most people. Add BPD-related issues to the mix and it’s like throwing more gasoline on an out of control blaze.

The good news is that being married to a BPD doesn’t have to be as difficult and confusing as you may currently believe.

Now I don’t know what your exact situation is like, but I can promise you that with the tips I’m going to share in this article, you should be able to see better days in the future.

I’ve personally never been married, but I’ve been in several relationships with BPD women. My best male friend is also a BPD type so I have a solid understanding of how these people think and behave.

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BPD long term relationship

I used to be like you, wondering if it were ever possible to actually have a successful BPD relationship. Less drama, less hot/cold behavior, less trust issues. The usual. You’re probably wondering the same thing.

Maybe you’re dating someone with unusual behavior and it led you to learning about BPD, which eventually led you here to my website. You hear over and over again from people on the internet to avoid Borderlines, that they’re incapable of being in a long-term, healthy relationship.

Well, after many of my own personal experiences as well as coaching both men and women over the years, it is absolutely possible to make these relationships fun and enjoyable for the long-term.

They’re just a bit different from what you’re used to. Truly successful, long-term relationships are only possible when you actually know how relationships work. Almost everybody gets this wrong.

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codependency relationships

The more time that you spend learning about BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder) and other behavioral relationships, the more you will realize that most people in these relationships suffer from some sort of Codependency issues.

BPD’s are usually also very codependent individuals. They seek the same love and affection that codependents seek. But BPD related issues get in the way.

Over the years, I have gotten much better at figuring out the causes of codependency and more importantly, how to smash these problems so you can live a happier and healthier life.

I began my research into codependency several years ago just as you are doing now because I felt the same things that you’re feeling now. Sure enough, I realized that I had a lot of codependency issues and thus I worked on fixing them.

Most of you probably suffer from some sort of codependency. The reason BPD’s and codependents attract each other is because a lot of the same issues overlap each other.

So let’s dive in and explore more about Codependency and what you can do starting now to fix these issues…

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