Bringing In Third Parties In A Relationship. Good or Bad?

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Third parties in a relationship refers to bringing in either your friends,family,neighbours etc into a relationship. This is mostly done when there is a misunderstanding. Now is it a good idea or not?

There is always a story to it,I guess. Sometimes misunderstandings run out of hands and there is feeling that we need an outsider to settle the disputes. As much as we feel its a good idea,I still sense the need for couples to be able to sit down and make things right themselves. There are reasons why its not advisable to bring in your friends or family. I will highlight them below:

1. Bad Advice:

Yeah!!! We could be given advices that may ruin our relationship. Sometimes they may not be able to fit themselves into the situation and they end up judging the issue critically and jumping into some form of conclusion. We need to be careful of who we relate with. Some friends wants our man so bad or even your girlfriend. So the minute you express some form of issues,they would give you reasons to back out. Well,if you have good and matured friend. You could try it once in a while not at all times. What some people is to make it an everyday culture to bring people into their affairs at all times. I still prefer solving the issues between ourselves.

2. Envy:

You might not know that your friends have been envying your relationship. So the minute you are talking too much about the good part,they would wish to be there too. When you the bad part,they would advice you to quit. My dear,trust no one. Learn to read books,pray well and find ways that can help your relationship rather than gossip about it to all your friends.

Your friends will sometimes give you bad ideas on how to run your relationship.

The fact is you might be better than them,but they would pretend like you are worse. If only you know what happens in some relationship,you would thank God and keep your issues to yourself.

Not to the next part, you may definitely feel like sharing issues sometimes. Why not see your pastor if you trust him a bit to be a good spiritual head or better still an elderly person with wisdom. The best I can say is , why not see a counsellor. Yeah!!! A relationship counsellor,they can help you out and keep your information too.

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One Response to Bringing In Third Parties In A Relationship. Good or Bad?

  1. wole says:

    Its good to keep issues in your relationship to yourselves rather than inviting third party. That’s what have been helping me in mine. And its really good I most confess. Third party is nothing but bad.

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