When we get into a relationship, we are on such a high and extremely excited. We want to scream to the world, at the top of our lungs, at how much in love we are with our spouse/significant other. Sometimes we end up telling our friends and family members too much information and they get involved in the relationship. The relationship should only be between you and your spouse/significant other. If you are having problems with a third party in your relationship, here are some tips to help you eliminate the third party.
1. Stop Telling People What You Do in the Bedroom: Ladies and gentlemen, what you do in the bedroom needs to stay private. Women especially, stop telling your girlfriends what your man does for you. Your girlfriends will love to hear the gossip, but will turn around and be willing to try your man's skills out. Men the same goes for you. Making love/having sex is a very intimate experience. Once you expose that intimate experience, every time you engage in the intimate experience it will never be the same again.
2. Stop Telling People You Aren't Happy in Your Relationship: I know relationships are a work in progress, but if you aren't happy, express your feelings to your spouse/significant other and not the world. Once you express your feelings to a third party and not your spouse/significant other, when your spouse/significant other finds out he/she may become angry with you. They will feel a sense of embarrassment and they might feel ill equipped about your relationship. Each party of a relationship should feel confident to tell each other their feelings, if you can't, then you need to have a serious conversation to fix the problem. If you can't fix the problem, then you should go your separate ways.
3. Stop Putting People in the Middle of Arguments: In every relationship, you are going to have disagreements. But when you tell a third party about the disagreement, the disagreement will be blown up more than it needed. When you tell a third party the disagreement, you are only telling your part and view of the disagreement. This is not fair to anyone because the third party you opened up to will be basis to the situation and your spouse/significant other. Remember there are three sides of a story. Your side, the other person's side, and the truth. To keep unnecessary drama and stress out of your life, only keep your disagreement/arguments between you and your spouse/significant other.
4. Stop Putting Your Information of the Relationship on Social Networks: Facebook and Twitter are social networks and I know you want to tell people about your love, but do not! Stop writing statuses about every disagreement you have on Facebook and Twitter. Keep disagreements to yourself. You are causing drama on yourself. People will notice your relationship when they see your pictures. You don't have to blatantly put up you are in a relationship. Stop saying you are in a relationship one day and single the next just because you have a disagreement/argument. It is no one's business! Keep your relationship information off social networks.
I hope these tips will help your relationship grow positively. Remember, do not cause unnecessary drama to yourself and your relationship. Keep a third party out of your relationship. Whatever you do in your relationship is no one's business! Keep loving one another.