Most Helpful Guy
I concurr, not to upset people but I do think its the casualnes of sex that has caused it. When you have multiple partners it kind of creates a mind set that relationships are easily acquired, or cheap. When something is rare or expensive you get it fixed, when its cheap you get a new one. I think with just how casual we are with our relationships it has created this kind of mindset so that the moment things get difficult instead of fixing it they just go out and find a new one resulting in a cycle of jumping from one low quality relationship to another instead of creating one really good one. Statistics show that the greater number of parnters the greater the instability in a relationship and increased risk of divorce. They have also found that people who report being unhappy in a relationship who did stick it out, five years later when reservayed they reported being very happy or extremely happy with there relationship/marriage. There is a dip as familiarity sets in and I think that catches a lot of people off guard and then they abandon the relationship instead of working past it, once you do, statisticly speaking, you actually have a stronger relationship then before. So, yeah its still around people just need to stop having fantasies about relationships being perfect all the time and realize that it does take work.
Most Helpful Girl
Honestly if things got that complicated of hard then I wouldn't want to be with someone anymore.
I want to spend my time with someone who enjoys me and who I look forward to spending time with, not fixing a relationship the entire time.
Some times people out grow each other and it's time to just let it go lol