Is your relationship going to last? Unfortunately 50% of first marriages don’t last and 70% of second marriages end up in divorce. These are staggering numbers. So what happens? You fall in love and everything is wonderful. Life is exciting, fun, and new at the beginning of a relationship. It seems like this person is perfect. You enjoy doing things together. You spend as much time as possible together and you can’t keep your hands off each other. But over time as the newness and excitement wears thin, other dynamics enter the relationship. Differences in values show up. Communication issues surface. Sometimes one partner begins to take the other for granted. Minor bickering can creep in and frustration or anger can build leading to arguments and hurt feeling. Some relationships can withstand arguments, after all, no two people can agree all of the time, right? But at this point, many relationships begin to fall apart and as they slip further and further into anger, frustration, and resentment it becomes harder it is to get it back on track. You find yourself wondering if your relationship going to last?
So let’s take a look at why this happens and to do that we need to understand what makes a relationship healthy. A relationship has three phases
- Initial Attraction
- Establishing Relationship Patterns and Themes
- Real Love
Sadly, many couples never get to experience the third phase, real love, because the relationship can fall apart after the initial attraction. There are indicators in your Human Design Charts that can be red flags in your relationship. Learn more about your compatibility in a Relationship Reading by booking your reading below
Relationships At Work, With Friends or Your Children
We have many other relationships beyond romantic ones. A relationship reading can help you improve any relationship between two people by helping you understand them and how you energy interacts with each other. This awareness can help improve your work relationships, friendships, even help you understand how to better parent your children.