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5 unhealthy behaviours that destroy relationships

Published on Jan 14, 2023 06:39 PM IST

From infidelity and lack of trust to emotional abuse and lack of compromise, here are behaviours that can harm your relationship. 

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Relationships are a vital part of our lives, providing us with a sense of connection, support, and companionship. However, not all relationships are healthy, and certain behaviours can lead to the destruction of a relationship. Licensed therapist and mental health educator, Summer Forlenza, suggested behaviours that destroy relationships in her recent Instagram post. (Getty Images/iStockphoto) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Jan 14, 2023 06:39 PM IST

Relationships are a vital part of our lives, providing us with a sense of connection, support, and companionship. However, not all relationships are healthy, and certain behaviours can lead to the destruction of a relationship. Licensed therapist and mental health educator, Summer Forlenza, suggested behaviours that destroy relationships in her recent Instagram post. (Getty Images/iStockphoto)

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Avoiding Conflict: Conflict is normal and can be healthy and safe. Learning to express your disagreements and reactions fairly is a foundation of healthy relationships.(pexels) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Jan 14, 2023 06:39 PM IST

Avoiding Conflict: Conflict is normal and can be healthy and safe. Learning to express your disagreements and reactions fairly is a foundation of healthy relationships.(pexels)

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Prioritizing their needs over your own: When you consistently put another's needs over your own you create an environment that is ripe for resentment. Express and prioritize your needs in your relationships.(Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Jan 14, 2023 06:39 PM IST

Prioritizing their needs over your own: When you consistently put another's needs over your own you create an environment that is ripe for resentment. Express and prioritize your needs in your relationships.(Unsplash)

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Arguing while dysregulated: Trying to resolve conflict when You're dysregulated (highly upset, anxious, or angry) is trying to resolve conflict without all of your brain power. Take a break, self- soothe, and come back when you are both regulated and grounded.(Pexels) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Jan 14, 2023 06:39 PM IST

Arguing while dysregulated: Trying to resolve conflict when You're dysregulated (highly upset, anxious, or angry) is trying to resolve conflict without all of your brain power. Take a break, self- soothe, and come back when you are both regulated and grounded.(Pexels)

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Dishonesty: The foundation of healthy relationships is trust. Lying or distorting the truth compromises this foundation.(Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Dishonesty: The foundation of healthy relationships is trust. Lying or distorting the truth compromises this foundation.(Unsplash)

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Abandoning other relationships: No one relationship can be Bever everything. Nurturing multiple relationships in life (whether friends, family members, or partners) will actually enhance healthy relationships.(Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Jan 14, 2023 06:39 PM IST

Abandoning other relationships: No one relationship can be Bever everything. Nurturing multiple relationships in life (whether friends, family members, or partners) will actually enhance healthy relationships.(Unsplash)

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