Relationship problems: How to learn from past relationships
Step 3: Look at your part in the relationship
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Step 3: Look at your part in the relationship

Step 3: Look at your part in the relationship

Speaking of perfect, there’s no such thing as the perfect woman either. Relationships can tell you just as much about yourself, as they can about the other person.  

Hindsight can seriously be a great thing; look back on your previous relationships and identify any part you may have had in why they weren’t successful. If it was a long distance relationship that didn’t work out, was it because you were unwilling to change your life to be with the other person?

Or maybe you didn’t approve of his dedication to his job? We’re not saying apportion blame, but it might just be there’s something in you that you can work on to make a future relationship more successful.

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