Relationships are tricky, whether you’ve known the other person for long or not. You definitely have great moments but sometimes you also end up driving each other crazy. After all, it can’t always be a bed of roses. While every person does defend themselves, there are some sins committed in a relationship that are like the Unforgivable Curses of Harry Potter. Unlike Harry Potter, let me give you a guide down the 5 Unforgivable curses in a relationship.
This one goes without saying. No person in a relationship can stand being cheated on. No matter if it is at the start of the relationship where you haven’t had that deep of a connection or later into a relationship where you’re all into each other. It is indeed a horrible feeling to find out that your partner has cheated on you. And that’s why this tops our list for the worst Unforgivable sin committed in a relationship.
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This is quite subjective, to be honest. But I’m not talking here about simple lying. Although even simply lying about you spending time with your best friend, playing a game or watching a match by lying or something like that can also create troubles. However, these are just simple fights that can be solved. The lying that breaks a relationship is the kind where you’ve built your foundation by lying, or maybe lied about your past which later unfurls. This puts your relationship at stake and it is obviously advisable to be as true to your partner as possible. This will not only strengthen your bonding but will keep the relationship alive forever.
3. Lack of Communication
This is something that people don’t take seriously. Lack of communication, though, seems very negligent, it is not. It can break your relationship in no time. Communication doesn’t mean you tell your partner anything and everything. It just means that you calmly communicate with your partner, especially, about things that directly have an impact on your relationship. Not comfortable to rather being afraid to communicate with your partner creates misunderstandings that breaks your relation.
Believe me when I say it, it’s not love when you try and nag your partner constantly. Love and nagging are two very different concepts and you need to realize it if you want to save your relationship. It’s not wrong to give your opinion to your loved one but nagging them into doing something really breaks your relationship rather than making it. Nagging is, ofcourse, a huge sin in a relationship that only leads to breaking up on really bad terms.
5. Not giving enough importance
Relationships take hard work. They don’t just work on their own. It needs a constant effort from both ends. Giving importance to other things like your work, friends or anything in the whole wide world more than your relationship can cause damage. Yes, these aspects are important in your life but focussing only on these aspects and leaving your relationship dangling in the air will definitely break it. And thus, this also makes it to our list as a sin that shouldn’t be committed.