A healthy relationship: Character change

By Hobson Mlati | Monday, Mar 2nd 2020 at 12:17
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People will complain that the economy has affected relationships harshly. Most will claim that your economic status will prove if your relationship is stable or not stable. Even the "middle income" are said to be poor.

Obviously, when the individuals in a relationship are faced with economic instability, wrangles are often. But we are not going to dwell and vent into economic challenges only. I researched and found out some interesting challenges that prove to shake a perfect relationship.

So, when two people agree to date, they base on their likes and wants. The likes will be the physical appearance, what the person wears, how he/she makes his/her hair, how they talk to you and others, what they eat, and how they live.

The wants are based on expectations from both individuals, in which mostly the female will expect more, which the male are adapted to understand.

After a long time, duration in a relationship, the individuals tend to know each other's behaviour, likes, and dislikes and also tend to know the character he/she is. The character factor is a huge turnoff when one changes in a relationship, and maintaining characters is a very tough ordeal.

What most people don't know is that the character changes with change in time, place, friends, weather, and economic change. This is the major challenge that destroys a relationship.

The human brain adapts to changes but affects the changes to other people, basically when a partner's character changes, the other cannot accept and deal with the change easily. It might affect positively or negatively.

So when changing characters, you should be able to identify the kind of impact it would implicate to the other individual. Remember, a healthy relationship leads to a healthy piece of mind state and heart and not the other way round.

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