I would guess that selfishness would be a major culprit. Selfishness leads to so many other things, including infidelity, lying, jealousy, disputes over money or lack of ambition, and neglect toward responsibilites. A selfish attitude can make someone paranoid, abusive, or indifferent to a partner.
Yes, you have it in one. In the end, we might fall for looks, talent, personality.... but we end up despising selfishness.
lack of communication
This. Absolutely. Lack of communication is the bane of any relationship, regardless of its nature.
I think jealously is one of the worse things that can happen to a relationship..you should trust the person you are with!!
Hell to the yeah! .. lol
Not havig trust.
Lack of communication, if the couple does not speak to one another about their issues they tend to pile up and can ultimately lead to the end of the relationship. Being open in your relationship helps end problems before they escalate out of control. I would also recommend a book I just read, the 5 languages of love. It made me realize that many people believe they are giving in a relationship but tend to overlook that they are not giving what the other person needs. The book states that there are 5 basic "love languages" and if you are a person that needs attention in a relationship, as many presents as you may be getting in your relationship you will still feel a lack of love which is never a good thing.
It’s always easier to destroy than to create. Likewise, it’s easier to be negative than it is to be positive. Many relationships fail because both parties concentrate their attention on their partner’s flaws instead of the qualities they love about them. You learn the most about somebody by figuring out their strong points, rather than disputing their weak points. Over time both partners can work on their weak points collectively, so long as each person keeps a positive attitude and an honest line of communication. <br />
Also, once a relationship gets serious boredom is one of the top killers. We all want excitement in our lives. One of the most exciting things in life is discovering the unknown. Curiosity is what keeps us moving forward, but one must learn to properly hone curiosity. The first part of a serious relationship is primarily about the discovery of your partner’s entire aura. But once you know everything about them, where do you turn for a source of excitement? Discover new things and create new experiences together. The only thing more fulfilling than a new experience is the act of sharing that same experience with someone else.
other people ie so called friends...sometimes family members....they dont like the other person for wotever reason ...
The lack of clear & honest communication between the two. If you are clearly & honestly communicating your feelings with the other person and the other person is truly listening then you can eliminate most misunderstandings and work on the real issues of the relationship if you both care enough to do so. Overall, I suppose, lack of love one for the other. If you truly love someone, you will also respect them.
cuz you werent meant to be togerther.......you focked up
I guess its mostly the Ego that ruins a relationship!
if either partner sees someone hotter than their current partner.
disrespect and selfishness .
Communication!!! <br />
Absolutely, If you never said "Hello", how far would the relationship have ever gone? When you stop talking about interesting things or making decisions together, the relationship is spiraling downhill. Without communication, one does not trust nor commit. Have you ever spotted a beautiful woman or man, and said hello and they say something strange? Do you lose interest right away? Yes, of course you do!! Hands down, Comunication can make or break a relationship!!
Whenever groups speak to people that have been married for 50 or 60 years the thing they say keeps them together is respect and communication
on the part of both partners -- the inability to be mature enough to make a serious committment and to see it through. the details are just that -- details.
Disrespect, treating each other without care