Have you ever sat back and asked yourself, “What am I doing wrong in every relationship?” This is a question that is often asked but never answered until you notice similar patterns over and over again.
In most cases, the problem is compromising who you are and what you want in a relationship just to say you are in one. That’s a common mistake that many of us make rather than going for what we really want.
Rather than jumping in toxic relationship after relationship, find out what it is that you really want. If you know that you want to be married one day, why begin dating someone that has no intentions of ever getting married?
I know what relationships or marriage looks like those who are single in hopes of jumping the broom one day but all of these “relationship goals” are not goals.
If you want someone that’s career driven, no kids, a retirement plan, and etc., then go for that. A relationship isn’t about just being with someone for social media. Be with someone that you see yourself being with for a lifetime. Make sure that someone is the one that you want to wake up to every morning, have children with, travel with, and build a promising future with.
Love is a beautiful thing when you have someone to share it with. Don’t be so quick to jump into a relationship. Take the time to find yourself while figuring out what you want and don’t want in a relationship. Once you have figured that out, everything else will fall into place.