Advice on relationships can be hard to hear, especially if you’re just starting out in your love life. You have no idea what to do, so you’re open to suggestions from others around you. The Best and Worst Advice I ever received! Some advice comes from people who genuinely care about you and your happiness, but sometimes it can come from people who are just trying to set you up for failure. These are the best and worst pieces of advice I’ve ever heard about love, dating, and relationships.
She was an asshole because she needed to learn something
One of our clients was in a relationship with a girl who was an absolute jerk. She cheated on him, lied to him, and played mind games. He was at his wit\’s end when his best friend told him to leave her. He said that she was an asshole because she needed to learn something. And he was right! After they broke up, she did learn something. She learned that she can\’t treat him like shit and expect him to stick around. She learned how it feels to be lied to and cheated on. And most importantly, he learned how it feels to miss someone you used to love dearly.
Get a backbone and learn how to tell people when to leave you alone
The best advice I have ever given about relationships was to get a backbone and learn how to tell people when to leave you alone. This simple piece of advice has helped our clients immensely in their relationships, both romantic and platonic. By learning to stand up for themselves and setting boundaries in relationship, Our clients have been able to create healthier, more fulfilling relationships. Not only that, but this advice has also helped them avoid getting into relationships with people who are not right for them . So if you\’re struggling in your relationships, remember to get a backbone and learn how to tell people when to leave you alone.
Stay away from bad relationships
Once, one of our clients was in a bad relationship. His friends told him to stay away from her , but he didn\’t listen. He thought he could change him. He thought he could make things work. But eventually, he realized that his friends were right. She was never going to change. And the relationship was never going to work. So, if you\’re in a bad relationship, my advice is to listen to your friends and get out while you still can. It will save you so much heartache in the long run.
You can\’t change him/her, so give up
If you\’re in a relationship that isn\’t going well, it can be tempting to think that the other person is the problem. After all, they\’re the ones who are being inconsiderate/messy/ insensitive/fill-in-the-blank. And while it\’s true that they might be doing some things that contribute to the problems in the relationship, it\’s also true that you can\’t change them. So, if you\’re stuck in a relationship with someone who doesn\’t seem to want to change, the best thing you can do is give up and move on.
Just hang In there and let my ex walk all over me
If you\’re in a relationship that\’s on the rocks, hanging in there and hoping things will get better is probably the worst thing you can do. By letting your ex walk all over you, you\’re effectively giving them permission to treat you badly. This will only result in further resentment and bitterness, and it\’s likely that your relationship will eventually end anyway. So why prolong the inevitable? It might seem like more work at first, but ultimately it\’s going to be less work than playing games with someone who doesn\’t want to play by the same rules as you.