There may come a situation in your life that you in a sad and loveless relationship and struggling to everything possible to end it and move on. But you decided to stick even it’s affecting your personal, social and professional life. You are always asked uncomfortable questions by your close friends and family members, and they have found it easy to answer it—why does he still is in this relationship as we can easily see they both aren’t happy. That’s because these folks know you better than you know better that anyone including yourself. They can quickly comprehend that you’re desperately trying to break free from this dead-end relationship.
Here are five common reasons men stay glued in bad relationships and trying to move on from it:
If this word is too scientific for you, let say it simple terms; laziness or apathy. You already have invested a lot of your time and energy in this relationship, and you don’t want start all over again. The problem is the force that is required to start all over come from within, not externally. This means that figuring out what you need and can’t live without, establishing boundaries and defending them. Get rid of habits that have kept from moving forward. If you decided to go for the second best, bear in mind, it would cost you later, and some effort is required to change it.
Anxious of Conflict
Breaking up with the person you’ve been dating for a while is one of most conflict-filled, tumultuous and painful chapters in on=e’s life. It’s an upsetting reality that a lot of men and women are unhappy relationships for months, and even years, but they won’t break up, as they are afraid of the pain involved in breaking up and moving on. There are many reasons to stay put in a relationship, but the fear of pain and conflict isn’t one of them.
Afraid of Change
No doubt, all of us are scared of change and knowingly throwing our lives into uncertainty. But the truth is nothing stays forever, not even mountains and galaxies. It’s our “status quo” of our way of life and society that discourages us be with the odds with rest of the world. And it’s has nothing to do when it comes to a romantic relationship. Don’t allow the fear of change to keep you away from end things and move on when the time comes.
Fear of Dating
Most men find dating stressful, especially if were out of the dating scene for a while. It’s true, meeting new people is exciting, but dating also means you have to meet someone else’s expectations, and you might also find she’s too not meeting yours. Visualizing all possible scenarios can be stressful and frightening enough and will push some people to stay out of dating. But the silver lining here is that you can meet someone that’s right for you to be in a relationship. But you won’t find out if you don’t try.
Fear of Loneliness
Some men are so are frightened at the prospect of being alone in their rooms or front of their TV; they are willing to be unfulfilling relationships. They would ditch the possibility of finding someone new and be in a happy relationship and think that they won't find someone new. So, spending time with the wrong person seems preferable to them than having no one to be with. It’s true that after breaking up you may be alone for some time, but that’s not the end of the world.
It’s fully up to you to decide that time has arrived for a change in your romantic life and start anew. If you’ve ready for that, don’t let inertia, apathy, and fear to stop you from moving one for greater expectations.