Much like the “Swiper” stealing something from an inanimate character, often in the real world we are robbed/swiped of our joy and happiness by our mates and spouses, due to being taken for granted and even often used as our partners punching bags or whipping poles. Sometimes we as humans struggle with various elements of life like the stressors of work, school, society and even play. And if we are in relationships/marriages it is not uncommon for us to ‘lash out’ if you will at those closest to us; our loved ones and partners, as they are most readily available.
Is this a bad habit and a counterproductive aspect of our relationships health and longevity, etc? Do we wear our spouses and partners down due to the nature of “Proximity Affect”? As ironically that is the exact opposite of the original intentions of unions and marriage. We are united for the purposes of strength, love, solidarity, and a plethora of other measures of support. With this being said, are we failing our relationships and marriages with our bad habits and toxic conditioning that leads us to stressing and pressing our partners out?
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