The question to think about is whether or not your relationship expectations are in line with the challenges and reality of making a long-term relationship work.
Marriage/relationship problems can result when you and your partner rigidly hold expectations that place undue stress on each other and the relationship.
One of the biggest challenges we face in life is learning to accept people for who they truly are.
Once you realize that your expectations cannot change people, the better off you will be.
I’ve said this before and it’s worth repeating: Most divorced couples thought they were with the right person at some point in time.
While compatibility between partners is important, placing too much weight in finding or being with Mr./Ms.
Having realistic expectations will allow you to accept the flaws each person has.
Often we tend to believe that the way we treat others will be the way we are treated in return. You need to make sure you enter into relationships with someone who has as big of a heart as you do.A truthful assessment When setting a goal you have to be realistic about what point you’re starting at.This means stepping back and taking a deep and honest look at yourself.Cheating yourself right off the bat is the start of failed results.You have to come to terms with what you want to change about who you are.