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It is also a fact that nobody can make a person change, you have to want it. So why do people in relationships try to make the other person change?
It is a fact that people can change. It is also a fact that nobody can make a person change, you have to want it. So why do people in relationships try to make the other person change?
Sticking to love relationships, you have to wonder why people do this. If you fell in love with that special person, Messages of Obsession Review how was that possible when there was something that was such a deal breaker? Otherwise, if it is not really that important a subject, why bother trying to make the other person change? I have heard a couple of reasons. One is that they are trying to change a bad habit. Habits are hard to break. If you have been peeing and leaving the seat up for over 20 years, chances are you are not going to change because somebody else thinks it is a bad habit. Especially when that person who wants you to change has the bad habit of biting her nails, for example. Granted, some habits are harder than others to change but the question we have to ask ourselves is this: is this worth ruining my relationship for? If the answer is yes, perhaps you should not even try to change the person. Another reason is that it is for the person's best sake. I want the person to quit smoking; it is a habit, yes, but also one that will make that person that I love sick eventually. Even in that scenario, unless we brought this up several times while dating, it is going to come off in a bad way if you bring it up later. So you care now but you did not before, I could just have died and you would simply have wished me good riddance. People will react badly when asked all of a sudden to change something that was not an issue before, even if it is for their own sake.