Although having a relationship indeed requires compromising at times, setting appropriate boundaries is also essential to achieving a state of emotional equilibrium. There is a significant gap between making concessions to ensure that things are fair and giving up things that are truly important to you to achieve those goals.
One person should never dominate the dynamic of a relationship. For a relationship to be successful, both partners must be willing to commit to taking care of and ensuring the satisfaction of the other. In light of this, let’s take a look at eight things that should never, ever be given up for a relationship.
Your State Of Health
Yes, certain relationships can put so much stress on you that it can increase the risk of certain illnesses such as hypertension, heart problems, a low immune system, increased infections, insomnia, anxiety, and even depression. This is because stress causes your body to release hormones that cause these illnesses. This is an important issue that we want to stress since love may cloud your judgment, and the next thing you know, you could be psychologically or physically ill as a result.
The Respect You Have For Yourself
One day, you’ll love someone so much, to the point where you’ll put that person ahead of you in priority. There is nothing inherently wrong with that, but you should never allow them to take advantage of this and you should never accept it when they start taking you for granted.
When you are feeling overwhelmed by love, you can become so fragile that you forget how robust you were before you met that person. Never lose your strength for someone.
Your Drive For Desire
You should never settle for being with someone who does not inspire you to become a better person, who does not encourage you, and who does not concur with your goals, plans, and reasons for doing things.
One Of The Most Significant Aspects Is That You Are Completely Independent
It s possible that you could develop a co-dependency or even an addiction to a particular person without even realizing it. This is not good for your health. You don’t live for someone else. You live for yourself. Even your shadow can abandon you after the sun goes down and the darkness draws in.
What emotions will you feel if the person on whom you rely so heavily decides to break up with you one day after you’ve been so dependent on them? You must be aware of your limitations and know when to cut off any unhealthy attachment that is excessive.