Are You Going Through Marital Stress? Find Out Now
It is believed that love is the best thing that can happen to someone and your partner provides you the warmest comfort and support. It is a beautiful feeling to be with someone who loves you, cares for you, pampers you and comforts you. But this feeling or this relationship is not always sweet and worth cherishing. There are many times and many instances when love itself becomes a feeling of discomfort and discountenance. And that marks the knock of trouble. Sometimes, it becomes difficult to understand where exactly your relationship is heading, is it still the same it was, is it still as sweet and comforting as it was or has it been eroded with the passing time? Let’s look at following few symptoms of emotional dissonance in a relationship.
1. Do you have frequent disagreements with your partner?
You can not expect your thinking and views to match with your partner at all times. No couple has this ‘perfect match’ of views and perspective. But have you faced such disagreements frequently since the last few months? Do most of your views stand in complete contrast to his views lately? Do you mostly find yourself unable to agree with his opinion? If the answer is yes, then it’s time to rethink about your relationship. Disagreements are not dangerous but ‘frequent’ disagreements are a sign of dissonance in the relationship.
2. Do you have regular fights over silly issues?
Like disagreements, fights are also very common in a relationship. But if they increase and overpower the love and trust in the relationship, then it’s time to accept that there is deep dissension in the relationship.
3. Are you scared to say what you feel in fear that it might annoy him?
Every healthy relationship is based on trust and liberty to speak your mind and heart. You can be your true self in a relationship without any fear or regret. But if you have to think before you speak, when you are with your partner, then it is a sign of an unhealthy relationship, where you are not at the liberty to say what you think. In such a case, you are not being your true self, and when you stop being your true self, dissonance and dissent show their ugly face.