When you ask people about their past relationships in a lot of cases people place the end of the relationship on the other person.
The reason for a break up can definitely vary. For some it's always he/she did this or didn't do that, that person cheated on me and so on and so forth.
At some point individuals need to realize it's not always the other persons fault and they need to take some responsibility for the break up as well. If this has happened time and time again (bad break ups) clearly there is something wrong.
What can a person do moving forward?
For starters they can take a self examination. They should start with self first and then the individuals they are choosing to be in relationships with. Once a person seriously looks inside to find out what their problem is usually they will figure it out. Depending on how serious they are about this will determine their outcome. Soon they will realize not only did the people they chose in the past have problems but they also were not exempt.
The best thing a person can do is take time to work on self. Do a self examination before moving forward into their next relationship. By doing this what they may find is what they have been doing is something they would like to and need to change. If they really want to they will make the change.
When it comes to finding the right relationship patients is a given. Before they know it Mr./Ms Right will find their way to them and everything they have been through will be a distant memory of the past.
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