No one gets into a relationship planning to get injured.
Nonetheless, it seems like to have a relationship at all, particularly a dating relationship, puts you in danger of being hurt or dismissed by an individual you care about without a doubt.
Here are four things to avoid:
1. Don’t Get Involved With destructive people.
Dating destructive people means you are going to end up getting involved with the wrong people.
Many people are wanting to experience love again so badly they mostly end up with the wrong person
Drama in relationships can be avoided to ave yourself a lot of pain if you commit to only dating people who are stable and have their act together.
Relationships alone are very challenging and complicated so why shed needless tears by getting involved with dysfunctional people.
2. Avoid overeating or Seeking Retaliation
It’s easy for you to overreact when someone you love ignore your calls or don’t pay enough attention to your emotions. Hence, the pain and confusion from a break up can cause you to do just about anything to win your boyfriend/girlfriend back or to cause them pain via revenge.
So three things you should avoid are in most cases like this is to:
Stop posting anything to social media concerning what is going on in your relationship. The fact is, you weren’t thinking. You were reacting.
Don’t behave obsessively, such as driving by your ex’s house 100 times or calling your ex over and over again.
Dont throw insults or trash their reputation in the name of revenge. You might regret later.
3. Avoid exaggeration and over-analyzing
Many people are came be nostalgia about their previous relationship. They spend hours analyzing every last detail about the relationship.
Exaggerating or over-analyzing a broken relationship mostly lead to desperation, trauma, anxiety and a big waste of time and energy which could have been channelled to a different thing.
4. Avoid Quick Jump or Rebound Dating
Even though is very important to move on when there is a break don’t be quick to enter into relationship as soon as there is a break up, thus, beware of rebound dating.
A rebound is an undefined period following the breakup of a romantic relationship. Mostly, rebound in a relationship is termed as a bad word. The general consensus is that people need time to heal their wounds and to figure out who they want next.
Unfortunately, rebound dating usually results in another breakup and more severe heart-break.