Every time I've been in a relationship, I've always hoped that the person I was with would be "the one." Each time q relationship ended, I found myself trying to figure out why things turned out the way they did. Looking back at my most recent breakup, I can say that my negative thinking was one of the main reasons that it didn't last. Although I wish I knew sooner that this was one of the things you need to stop doing if you want your relationship to stand the test of time , I'm thankful that I can now apply it to all of my future relationships.
Unfortunately, many people make the mistake of not realizing how their thoughts, actions, and habits can be reflected in their relationship. For example, if you think poorly of yourself, you'll feel that you're inadequate in your relationship. Likewise, if you're used to everything being all about you, the same selfishness will be reflected in your relationship. As a result, it can cause your partner to feel overwhelmed, frustrated, and drained and even destroy what you're building together.
Of course, negative thinking isn't the only thing you should stop doing if you want your relationship to last. Here are nine other habits to drop if you want your relationship to stand the test of time.