The hurt we face and the issues into which we run without allowing for time to heal can spill into subsequent relationships.
This spill can turn into a slippery slope that leads downhill into Heartbreakville.
While last-minute drama might have made for a more entertaining story, canceling a caterer, a church and a reception hall five months before the big event was dramatic — and traumatic — enough for me.
[Read: 12 real signs of true love in a happy relationship] Trust and finding faults in love When you find yourself unhappy in a relationship, it’s not always your own fault. [Read: The 80 20 rule in relationships and your love life] Trust is the foundation of a perfect relationship.
When both of you trust each other completely and understand each other, it prevents insecurities and frustrations from ever cropping up.
A lot of times, prematurely entering relationships leads us to bring unresolved problems from previous relationships.
This gives our significant others unfair disadvantages; it hinders them from giving us their all because we never give them a chance to do so.