5 REASONS WHY PEOPLE LOSE THE TASTE OF LOVE IN THEIR RELATIONSHIPS by Stephen Wise
When it comes the human health, Loss of smell and taste may result from polyps in the nasal or sinus cavities, hormonal disturbances, or dental problems. They can also be caused by prolonged exposure to certain chemicals such as insecticides, and by some medicines. ... It impairs the ability to identify odors and diminishes the sense of taste.
On the other hand, in our love and relationship life, if the taste of our love is lost in our relationships, it could result to so many social and psychological problems like infidelity, domestic violence, killing, etc. and these dilemmas are caused by so many factors that are not healthy to our relationship. Without going more deep, I will shine a little light on some of the major things that can cause us to lose the taste of love in our relationships:
NAGGING: This simply means persistently annoying or finding fault with someone (our partner). Causing continual worry or anxiety, recurring pain or discomfort. Nowadays, so many relationships are characterized by nagging, especially in our modern age, and one can strongly agree with me that no one either man or woman feels good with nagging. Nagging will make you uncomfortable and hate your partner, and at that moment you will begin to look for a comfortable environment in other to run away from that particular scene. Its continuous occurrence will definitely ruin the love taste in your relationship.
TRUST ISSUES: The day I was standing next to use the ATM machine, I watched the woman counting her money immediately the ATM machine dispensed the cash, that alone made me to know that actually some people are battling with trust issues. Lack or loss of trust is one of the most harmful contagions to a couple’s long-term success. Without trust, a relationship misses two of the key anchors to a strong bond: safety and security. Trust issues may include factors such as jealousy, possessiveness, unreasonable rigidity, emotional infidelity, physical/sexual infidelity, relational game playing, lack of reliability and dependability, lack of emotional support, lack of financial compatibility, and lack of mutually-supportive goals.
If you believe trust is a major issue in your relationship (or was in your former relationship), examine whether the lack of trust is based on a pattern of evidence (such as significant broken promises), or mostly subjective emotions (such jealousy without proof). Consider honestly whether the lack of trust is based on tangible substance or unjustified fears.
GRUDGE BEARING: This is an act of maintaining a feeling of ill will or resentment toward someone. ‘a grudge-bearing person will stop at nothing to exact his revenge’. Something that happened decades is still in your heart. The same heart you use to love is same heart you harbor grudges. In my book “You Too Can Be Happy” I wrote in chapter 3 https://www.amazon.com/You-too-can-Be-Happy-ebook/dp/B07P6RKKM7/ref, that resentments embody a basic choice to refuse to forgive. It carries an unwillingness to let bygones be bygones, and bury the hatchet. We review and rehash our painful past, even as we profess to want to let go of it. We do so because, we believe the illusion that by belaboring our resentment, we will somehow achieve the justice we believe we are due. Unforgiveness is a happiness killer. It kills your relationship. When you allow it to exist, you seize to feel the taste of love in your marriage or relationship.
MY DEAR ‘EGO’: This the called ‘ego’ is an ambiguous term. It found in every individual and difficult to explain how it occurs in individual’s life. Ego is of two type, according to my research, Egocentric infallibility: The natural tendency to think that our beliefs are true because we believe them. Egocentric righteousness: The natural tendency to feel superior in the light of our confidence that we are in the possession of THE TRUTH.
An egocentric person may become obsessed with them. Egocentric people often show a lack of empathy for others. They cannot see things from a different point of view than their own. ... Being egocentric can cause people to make awkward relationship and marriage errors.
Being with an egocentric person exposes you to these listed feelings below:
o Low self-worth. ...
o Self-doubt. ...
o Confusion. ...
o Sadness. ...
o Anger. ...
SELF-CENTEREDNESS: A self-centered person is excessively concerned with himself and his own needs. He's selfish. ... People like that are self-centered: as the word suggests, they are overly centered on themselves. Self-centered people tend to ignore the needs of others and only do what's best for them. A self-centered boyfriend or girlfriend always view self as better than others, including you. Some people are so preoccupied by their own opinions, self-image, and appearance that she/he believe he/she breathe rarified air. Self-centered persons view themselves as a special breed, someone whom others should look up to and acknowledge as special. Self-centered life is detrimental to a happy relationship. Everybody is looking up to a happy relationship. We often pray for a man or woman who will love only us, not actually one who will understand and tolerate us even in our imperfections. The reason why so many relationships lost taste is because we fail to consider that problems of individual ill manners must be seen. It’s only when we take cognizant of this fact that we can be able to apply wisdom in other to accommodate. And deal with our different ill manners in other to live and love.
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