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5 secrets that couples hide from each other

5 secrets that couples hide from each other
Satisfying or healthy relationships requires steady doses of sincerity, however, there are many couples who believe that the best for the relationship focuses on not telling the “truth” into a whole, just the necessary.

Yet these couples forget that hiding the truth ends Opening up ruptures in the relationship, and they tend to widen until everything is destroyed in marriage.

Notice the 5 secrets that couples hide from each other, do you do that? Well, the below will tell.

1. Financial expenses
Most divorces happen due to lack of financial responsibility on the part of one of the spouses. This happens not only for what the partner extrapolated, but also for hiding the truth, pretending that everything was fine, when in fact, everything was going very badly and the whole family was deep in debt because someone did not have control over their Impulses and also did not use the wisdom to ask for help for the partner.

Imposing limits on family spending is fundamental to happiness in the home, and it is up to parents to bring such lessons home by example, for many things can be expected, since they are superfluous, however, it is worth remembering that meeting the physical needs of the Family is the responsibility of the parents.

2. Children’s mistakes
The responsibility of the home is directed to the husband and wife, as well as the education of the children, so what happens inside or outside the home that is related to the family needs to be shared by the father and the mother and both will ponder which decision should be The incident. This is what should happen, but it does not happen that way, since many women hide from their partners the mistakes of their children so that they will not be punished.

Unfortunately, these mothers do not only take away the authority and responsibility of the father in the lives of the children, but they also damage the education of the child who tends to grow up believing that it is best to hide the problems or run away from them than to confront them.

3. The relationship failures
There is no perfect couple who has never failed to partner with the beloved, for they all have their own peculiarities, so that at some point or another someone stumbles upon some weakness. This is normal, however, there are many who hide their shortcomings, hide their weaknesses and live a double life. There are those who, alongside the spouse, “happiness”, but when they are alone, they give to discouragement, due to these weaknesses.

However, there are special spouses who offer their best and constantly strive to help the spouse overcome the shortcomings. It is important to remember that it is up to the partner to have the courage and the humility to ask for help, since no one has to die “drowned and alone” when one has a love at his side.

4. Emotional exhaustion
All relationships suffer from a type of wear, however, there are situations where the spouse ends up absorbing all the energies of the partner and unfortunately there are men and women who usually hide this emotional wear and tear, caused by the constant failures of the partner.

Exposing feelings toward the relationship, even if they are not favorable, is essential to building a healthy relationship. We know that the union between couples is to add and add, however, the partner who sucks the spouse more subtracts than adds.

5. Relationship Monotony

Every relationship faces a period of monotony. There are certain couples who dribble the situation and look for new things to rekindle the passion in the relationship, however, there are those who drown in the routine and do nothing to save the relationship, rather, they seek in divorce to escape for such a problem. Well, divorce is wrong and never a solution at all. So, try to mend the marriage and get the things that makes you happy at all times.

A successful relationship requires patience and tolerance, one should not give up on family, for good things in life need to be built daily and this takes time, but the result will be worth every effort.

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