“The grass isn’t greener on the other side of the fence!” Just might be one of the most common clichés we’ve come to know and use. Although sometimes that grass is greener (that’s an entirely different blog), most times it isn’t. There are a lot of things that contribute to peoples’ issues in their relationships, but let’s talk about one thing that can deceive you and push you to that “greener grass!” Let’s talk about when you put your relationship up on the comparison block…come follow me!
Every relationship is different and has different dynamics that keep them functioning in either a positive or negative way. There isn’t one right or wrong way, but sometimes we compare our relationships to other couples’ relationships without knowing the dynamics of their relationship. One of the worst things your mate ever wants to hear is “well “so & so” (fill in couple) do “so & so” (fill in thing). Mannnn listen, if you want to start a fight then start a sentence off with that statement! It automatically breeds defensiveness and it’s usually met with “Well we ain’t “so & so!” 4 Reasons Why the Grass Isn’t Always Greener: Comparison is the Silent Relationship Killer