Some people seem to have the toughest time handling happiness. You are dating someone new or in a new relationship and things are going really great. You are in a perpetual honeymoon phase, seeing each other almost every single day with no end in sight. Suddenly, from some inexplicable reason there is tension, drama, and uncertainty between you two. You are thinking, “What just happened here?”
Yesterday, we discussed the cold, broken hearts that are walking around wounded. Today, let’s discuss the people who subconsciously torpedo relationships. Why? Probably out of fear or insecurity. Some people really don’t think they deserve happiness on some level. That is why people stay in relationships that they should not be in. It’s also why they leave relationships they should stay in.
Have you ever dated someone who created drama in the relationship? Have you ever wondered why they seemed to want the relationship to be complicated and painful?
Are you guilty of self-sabotaging your own happiness? What do you do when these type of behaviors lead you to making the same mistakes over and over?
Are you able to enjoy and savor when things are happy in your relationship? Do you ever get a nagging feeling that “the other shoe” is going to drop any moment?
Do you think you have the courage to be in love and have a healthy relationship?