6 WRONG REASONS TO BE IN A RELATIONSHIP

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If you want a happy and fulfilled relationship, then you shouldn’t enter a relationship for any of the reasons listed below. They are absolutely wrong and terrible reasons to be in a relationship.

1. YOU ARE LONELY

Dating someone just because you are lonely is a wrong reason to be in a relationship. If you date someone just because you are lonely, you’re still going to feel lonely, even when he/she is sitting right next to you.

2. GETTING OVER AN EX

People go into relationships so they can get over an ex and this is a wrong reason to be in a relationship. Giving yourself time to heal is the best way to get over an ex because rebound relationships mostly don’t end well.

3. PHYSICAL ATTRACTION

Dating someone just for their looks is another terrible reason to be in a relationship. Looks shouldn’t be a priority when dating someone new.

4. AGE

Going into a relationship just because you feel you are getting older is a wrong reason to be in a relationship. Just because you feel your biological clock is ticking doesn’t mean you should end up with just anyone.

5. YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS LOVE HIM/HER

Dating someone just because your family and friends love him/her is a wrong reason to be in a relationship. It doesn’t really matter what your family and friends think of him/her because at the end of the day, you are the one who has to be in the relationship.

6. YOUR FRIENDS ARE ALL IN RELATIONSHIPS

Going into a relationship just because all your friends are in relationships is a wrong reason to be in a relationship. Just because everyone is doing it doesn’t mean you should. Wait for the right person to come your way and don’t just date anyone because all your friends are in a relationship.

Phil

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