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Not sure where you heard that, but it isn't always true.0
Because a forced relationship may come back to bite you in the ass. Forced relationships are just that... forced, meaning there's no real spark or spontaneity to it. It leaves a partner or both partners wondering if they made the right decision all the time. Do I really love this person or am I with them out of convenience?
That's a question you never want to be asked in a relationship.0
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Could fall apart very quickly.0
Why? It won’t work because it won’t work0
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Forcing a relationship can have negative consequences for both parties involved. Here are a few reasons why it's better not to force relationships:
1. Lack of authenticity: If a relationship is forced, it may lack authenticity and honesty. This can lead to a lack of trust and a feeling of discomfort between both parties.
2. Unfulfilling: A forced relationship may not provide the emotional fulfillment that a genuine relationship can provide. This can result in feelings of dissatisfaction and unhappiness for both parties.
3. Stressful: Forcing a relationship can lead to stress and tension between both parties, which can negatively impact their mental and emotional health.
4. Incompatible: If two people are not naturally compatible, it can be difficult to maintain a healthy and happy relationship. Forcing a relationship can lead to resentment and frustration for both parties.
Overall, it's important to prioritize authenticity and honesty in any relationship. It's better to wait for a genuine connection to develop naturally rather than trying to force a relationship that may not be fulfilling or healthy in the long run.