5 things you should never tolerate in a relationship

The message of endurance has worked wonders in many relationships, but it has also caused a lot of harm in others.

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Physical abuse

It’s not easy to walk away from an abusive relationship due to fear and other major factors. But it’s important to understand that no one has the right to inflict physical pain on your body. Your safety should be your number one priority in any scenario. Don’t stay in an abusive relationship. Seek professional help or confide in someone you trust to find the best way to leave safely.

2

Emotional abuse

This type of abuse tends to go unnoticed because it leaves no evidence behind. It is showcased by excessive control, verbal abuse, manipulation, and humiliation. Its goal is to make you feel less than you actually are. Your partner should be your biggest fan, so don’t tolerate any relationship that makes you doubt yourself and causes you to lose your confidence and self-worth.

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Unfaithfulness

There is no rule book that outlines how cheating should be dealt with in every relationship. We are all different, ergo, how we choose to deal with cheating will differ from ....relationship to relationship. You have the right to leave if you feel disrespected. You also have the right to give things another shot. The important thing here is to evaluate the situation and make a decision that’s best for you.

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Dishonesty

You can’t build a life with someone who can’t tell the truth to save his or her life. You deserve someone who understands the importance of telling the truth no matter what the cost may be. Dishonest people constantly lie and withhold information about finances, involvement with other people, family, friends, and even health problems that could possibly affect you.

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Being taken for granted

You need to be with someone who can see how lucky they are to have you in their life. Someone who wakes up each day knowing that you could have had anyone in the world but you chose to be with them. Don’t let anyone take you for granted and treat you like you’re undeserving of their A-game. You are important and you need someone who understands that.

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