August 27, 2007 6:18am CST
Based from all of your previous failed relationships, what was the most common problem that you and your partner encountered during those times? And how many times did it recurred? And how many times did you put up with it before finding a resolution?
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27 Aug 07
for me it has always been trust. if i cannot trust a person because i see lies have started to come into the relation then i think that i might now be good enough for the other person's wants and maybe i could be a hinderance in what the other person really wants to do . so i sigh a bit, gulp and walk my own way. love, apple.
27 Aug 07
Well my wife and I have been together for almost 6 years now, we've been married for more than 2 years and have a 2 year old son. The greatest problem, we have encountered and have seen plenty of times, is lack of communication. Not telling the other ones intentions and taking the other part's intentions for granted, and acting on ones own assumptions regarding the other part. It went on for years and almost split us apart. We had to see a counselor to get to really talking, and it has saved us. I've learned you can't live with someone if you can't talk to them.