50 Drawbacks Of Love
Be alert if you are in love here we write about some 50 drawbacks of love.
Maybe you are wrapped up in infatuation –
It can be pretty confusing whether you are falling for someone or it’s just a game of your mind. Before going head over heels for someone, take a moment and think.
Are your far future dreams just a castle of sand? –
Imagining you and your partner living your best life in a sea-facing house can make you feel butterflies in your stomach but is that imagination a little too much to imagine?
Too much of anything is harmful (and so can be obsession) –
Loving someone is a great feeling, but loving someone more than life can be overwhelming. Your love might end up being an obsession and you might end up losing everything (your obsession, not your love).
Jealousy – a big no-no –
Love can make you soar, but jealousy can make you fall flat on your face. Is it even love if it makes you feel inferior? Insecurities can work their way up too quickly and it goes hand in hand with the end of your relationship.
Intruding personal space –
Insecurities are the key to make you feel jealous and the need to keep an eye on your partner. All of this can lead to you/partner invading each other’s personal spaces.
Sense of humor (sometimes a mood-lifter, at times a mood-killer) –
Having a great sense of humor is a blessing. Especially if partners can crack each other up, it can enlighten the relationship. But knowing the limits while joking is quite underrated. Sometimes knowingly or unknowingly, you might touch, rather hit the points which are too sensitive to be laughed upon.
Being together means sharing an equal stage –
Being each other’s better halves is many times misunderstood with one being the shepherd and the other a goat. Dominating each other creates a toxic circle and will have an adverse effect.
Dog in the manager’s disposition –
Your partner gaining success can make you feel worthless and vice versa. Jealousy can make you do malicious things and the end of your relationship will arrive sooner than ever.
Neglecting yourself –
Emphasizing on the subject of self-love will never be enough. Being in love or a relationship might make you emphasize way more on your partner instead of channeling some of that emphasis on yourself.
Not being able to see the rights and wrongs –
This is so important yet so generalized. At times you are so submerged in ego that differences in opinions don’t take long to convert into devastating fights. And at times you are so low on your confidence that presenting your opinion doesn’t feel right and you go on with nodding in a yes.
Forgetting that you have kith and kin apart from your lover/partner –
This happens quite a lot. As you are busy soaring and dreaming, the rosy picture of your happy future grows blurred, since you forget you have family and friends too. You become a twit.
You start expecting too much from each other –
If he/she doesn’t reply within 5 seconds, you start being dubious of their intentions and vice versa. If he/she forgets the anniversary or birthday, you are going to blow them up or vice versa. Having unrealistic expectations only and only breaks your heart.
Apology – what’s that? –
Many times, you feel that expressing love is enough to justify the mistake, because apologizing is cliché, moreover something that hurts your ego. At times sorry can work wonders where I love you can’t.
Taking the initiative –
Again the biggest enemy, that’s your ego is the protagonist. The scenario is after a fight. “Should I talk first? Maybe no, why should I always compromise?”…
Helping in chores –
If you’ve been in a relationship for a long time, your brain starts to generalize that certain things have to be done by certain people (your partner). But this sole fact itself is so toxic, it can either frustrate you or your partner… to a great extent.
Loyalty towards one another –
Being persistent or committed seems to be too much to ask for. Making your partner insecure or the other way around is a clear hindrance to the relationship.
Comparing your positions –
Comparison is a leech that sucks out all the happiness. When you compare yourself with others, you forget you are unique as you are and that casts a gloomy atmosphere over your relationship. You feel melancholy because you don’t have things your partner has.
Expecting your partner to do things your way and being inimical to change can demolish your relationship within no time.
These facts might be blunt and forthright, but it’s better to let those sober second thoughts take control of your whirling mind before things go beyond control. Love can make you want to live more but can also make you feel the opposite. It is always better to be practical and to be compatible, kind, understanding, and loving towards your partner and yourself, only then can love work wonders for you!
These are the 50 drawbacks of love