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  • Sam DiFranco

Tips On Preventing A Break-up.

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Break-ups happen all the time, for multiple reasons. Believe it or not there are many ways to prevent them. Below are some helpful tips for keeping your love life on a positive track.

  1. Let go of grudges: Don’t let resentment buld up, talk to your partner so you can fix the situation.

  2. Avoid taking your partner for granted: Put a little bit of extra energy into your relationship and do small things to show your partner you care.

  3. Be trusting of your partner: If you feel that your partner may lie or cheat on you, discuss those concerns with them

  4. Face adversities with them: Be there for your loved one and support them, working as a team will help you get through any challenges you may face.

  5. Deal with problems head-on: If you do not discuss your problems then they will build up and eventually become to difficult to solve.

  6. Find new things to do together: Enhance your bond by mixing things up so the relationship doesn’t become boring. Find new hobbies and activities to participate in.

  7. Speak whats in your heart: Being afraid to speak honestly and being vulnerable will only hinder your relationship. Let your partner know when you want to have a serious conversation and don’t be afraid to be open and honest.

  8. Stand up for yourself: If you are unhappy with something your partner is doing or feel that your needs are not being met, let your partner know. If they won’t listen then it may be time to seek help from a professional.

Break-ups are always preventable, it’s just a matter of how much effort you are willing to put forth. Relationships take work and dedication. It is ultimately up to you to decide if your relationship is worth the effort or not.

If you feel that you are on the verge of a break-up, call us today. We can help you rebuild your relationship. (813)244-1251

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