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    What Are The Most Common Relationship Dealbreakers?

    When it comes to relationships, there are certain dealbreakers that most people have. Whether you’re in an established relationship or just starting to date someone, having a good understanding of what can be dealbreakers can help you make sure yours is a good and healthy relationship.

    To start, let’s look at some of the most common relationship dealbreakers. According to one study, the top five relationship dealbreakers are infidelity, not being ready for something serious, communication issues, money concerns, and differences in core values.

    Infidelity is perhaps the biggest red flag for a lot of people. If someone isn’t willing to be monogamous or if they don’t take fidelity seriously, that’s likely going to be a major issue.

    The second common dealbreaker is that one or both partners aren’t ready for something serious. This could be because one partner isn’t sure if they want a long-term commitment or if they don’t feel as if they’re in a place where they’re ready to make that kind of promise.

    Communication is also incredibly important in any relationship. If someone isn’t willing to communicate openly and honestly, it can be difficult to move forward in a healthy way. Similarly, if you and your partner disagree on how to manage your money, this can be a huge issue as well.

    Additionally, having different core values can be an issue for many couples. Even if two people love each other deeply, if their vision of life and how it should be lived are extremely different, it can cause disagreements and challenges.

    Finally, physical and mental abuse should never be tolerated in a relationship. This is why it has become a major relationship dealbreaker. If a partner is abusive in any way—physically, mentally, or emotionally—it’s important to end the relationship immediately.

    In addition to these five major areas, there are many more factors that can be dealbreakers. Every person is different and will have their own individual concerns and issues. It’s important to openly discuss your thoughts and feelings with your partner—before, during, and after a relationship—so that you both can make sure that each of your needs are being met in the relationship. Always remember that if someone isn’t willing to compromise or to make adjustments that you’ve discussed, that’s a clear sign that the relationship may not be a good fit.

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