We all lie to ourselves sometimes, pretending that some things don’t bother us or that our lives are far more beautiful than in reality. But when it comes to romantic relationships, there exist a few lies that prevent women from being happy. These lies are, as a rule, the main reason why a woman can’t learn to love the right way even at 30 or 40 years of age.
Myth # 1: To truly love someone else, I must first love myself
No one can stop your growth within a relationship, so that you can learn to love yourself. A suitable partner will either indirectly help you grow through his love, or grow with you, while you are building a harmonious relationship together.
Myth # 2: Asking for a man’s support is weakness
Many women think that depending on a partner means being weak. You obviously don’t need to be financially dependent, but it is healthy to develop emotional dependence. As long as your partner loves you, you shouldn’t be afraid of this emotional addiction, as it defines the intimacy and trust in your relationship.
Myth # 3: If I am good enough, he will change for my sake
Most women have an unexplainable tendency to try and change their partners. If they manage to change in the right direction, they hope their partners will follow their pattern. They don’t realize that a healthy and happy relationship is one in which the partners accept each other as they are.