That they can change their spouse.
Hi Jones, You've had some good life experiences. It took me a long time to learn that I cannot change another person on this earth. We each have to see in ourselves a need fo change before we can or will. I know of people who knew that their propective spouses had problems and issues but believed that they could change them in a variety of ways. Never worked. You may can rule another by fear but the one being ruled has not changed, merely complied. I can only change me.
I don't know how good the life experiences are, but I try to pass on the knowledge I have learned, especially from mistakes. I also, try to learn from the mistakes of others. We can never live long enough to make all the mistakes ourself and learn from them.
forgetting to cherish the other and treat them with tenderness, kindness and admiration.
Telling too much too quickly. Starting things too quickly. The exploration is often taken to fast. I have found that out as of late.
1. They don't listen.<br />
2. They don't communicate.
Not being able to communicate can be a big problem. Communication does not mean just making noise with your mouth. It is being open minded and willing to listen to the other side's views and opinions and the other side doing the same. Each may change his or her view points to some extent or calmly agree to disagree. This applies to marriages, other personal relationships and business.
Not listening,take each other for granted and lying of course
Not knowing themselves before getting involved with another person and/or knowing themselves, but putting forth a false front during the dating phase.
being high maintenance
getting pregnent with in the first year of dating
That there's just one thing they're doing wrong and EVERYTHING will be better.
Different spins on trust....for which, IMO, there is no gray area.
take each other for granted.
Having babies!!!!!<br />
Also, I think a lot of men do not communicate. And a lot of women have unrealistic expectations.
bitching a lot
To me, overly clingy. Lying. Lack if trust.
Demanding that their partner do things to please them with little, or no concern for their partner.