It takes two to make a relationship work. <br />
It's always possible that one person is just not putting in the effort. In a normal, healthy relationship though, both people have to talk openly about what is happening, about where their relationship is going. So it's also possible that through lack of communication (or just by natural clashing, not all people are meant to be together) that both are at fault too.
I think it is a two way street. Even if one, or both, don't realize it at the time.
There is always faults on both sides, there is circumstances where one<br />
is contaminating the relationship which of course makes them worse, because<br />
they had issues that were present to start off with. Hence the reason people have<br />
to choose wisely when getting involved. If someone always blames the ex, if you were<br />
to get with them, you will find they will always blame you for everything, it could be a<br />
red flag warning sign.
Yes, sometimes it is.
omfg its always my fault.
Yes... Well no, my gaming addiciction is to blame! Got to love a good scapegoat.
The last one was mostly my fault. The other 2 were because they got bored. I don't see how you can get bored of someone that just wants to love you. But I'll admit my faults.
No, it means that i wasn't "exciting" enough for them or something.
The only thing I need to know is that they care for me. But they can f uck off.
They have their point of view and I have mine. It ended it what really counts in the end.
Sometimes it has been ... X