When one is in a relationship in which they enjoy, they usually do not intentionally try to hurt the individual they’re in a relationship with. Many times though, mistakes can be made in which the person is not even consciously aware of what they’re doing. Even unintentional mistakes can destroy relationships. Dr. Jill Weber attempts to help the reader avoiding making some very common, self-sabotage mistakes to their relationship. Her tips and pitfalls include: thinking one can do everything on their own; one is totally dependent on the other person, the fear of failure, being vulnerable of imperfections, and being afraid of change. Dr. Weber gives very practical advice about healthy thinking in regards to one’s self and relationship. While following the advice in Dr. Weber’s blog is not a guarantee to a healthy relationship, they will certainly have a better chance avoiding falling into some of those self-sabotage acts she describes.
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5 Ways We Sabotage Our Relationships (and How to Stop)