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Make These 4 Promises to Stop Attracting Unhealthy Relationships

Make These 4 Promises to Stop Attracting Unhealthy Relationships

Everyone wants love, but what happens when your ‘loving’ partner brings more harm than good? If you’re drawn to unhealthy relationships, it’s time to change.
In the dating world, being in an unsatisfying or unhealthy relationship at one point or another isn’t all that uncommon, but if you find that each person you date seems to have the same toxic personality then you may have a problem.

The best relationship advice you can take is to put yourself first in your life. Sure, bad boys and aloof girls have their charms at first, but these relationships don’t take long before you’re the one left feeling unhappy and under-appreciated.

 

Here are 4 promises you need to make today that will help you stop dating jerks and start building healthy relationships.

1. I Promise to Take Care of Myself

Some of the best relationship advice you could ever follow is to take care of yourself before committing to caring for someone else. Your mental and physical health plays a huge role in who you end up with, so it’s essential that you’re actively looking for ways to be the best you possible.

Body: Working out is a great way to take care of yourself. Not only does working out and eating right help boost your overall health, it will also make you feel more confident about your body.

Mind: It is essential that you take care of your mental health, regardless of whether you have any diagnosed conditions. The happier you are, the less likely you will be to pursue unhealthy partnerships.

Experiment with new hobbies or make time for old favorites. Keep an appreciation journal. Choose one thing you want to change or start doing and make small strides toward that goal daily. Another way you can take care of your mental health is to surround yourself with positive influences.

One way you can improve your mental health is to practice daily meditation. Of course, this doesn’t mean you have to sit with your legs crossed and hum to yourself! Why not take 10 minutes a day to sit outside and think, have a coffee by yourself, pray, or take a bubble bath?

Practicing these things can help lower anxiety, boost happiness and help clear your mind.

2.  I Promise to Be Honest

If you find yourself uttering the phrase: ‘I always seem to attract ___ type of person!’ to your friends, you may need to step back and do an honest self-evaluation. What kind of vibe are you sending out to other singles?

Your confidence speaks volumes to others and demands a certain level of respect that is beneficial for relationships.

Another way you can be honest with yourself is by assessing how you are going about meeting people and then changing it.

For example, are you meeting men or women on an app that’s specifically designed for hookups? If so, this probably isn’t the best way to meet someone you want to have an actual relationship with. Are you meeting women at clubs who are more interesting in dancing than starting something with you?

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Written by Sylvia Smith

Sylvia Smith is a relationship expert with years of experience in training and helping couples. She has helped countless individuals and organizations around the world, offering effective and efficient solutions for healthy and successful relationships. Her mission is to provide inspiration, support and empowerment to everyone on their journey to a great marriage. She is a featured writer for Marriage.com, a reliable resource to support healthy & happy marriages.

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