For relationships to flourish, it is important that they have a balance in what you give and what you get from each other. It sounds like a cliche, but it's true. Being women, we are more inclined to give more by our mother nature, even too much, forgetting the balance as a result.
And although in a relationship it is not worth keeping track of who did what, how much it should be felt. There must be a mutual decision to be equally committed and equally involved in the relationship. Otherwise, only one will win, and guess what? It will not be the one who gives.
Think of your heart as a fuel tank.You give your "fuel" to a partner, and although it is also nice, but if you do not fill it from time to time, in the end you will have nothing left: neither for him, nor even for yourself.
Unfortunately, more lovers of giving more often regain consciousness when their “fuel tank” is already empty.
As a result, a person either becomes depressed, completely devoid of energy, or will look for other sources of filling his heart - on the side.
Famous writer Mark Twain once said: "Never allow someone to be your priority, allowing himself to be his goal."
Do not be afraid to look at your relationship realistically, trying to analyze who among you gives and receives how much, and then try to return the balance.
Here are a few key points, and if they are characteristic of you, then the balance in the relationship is clearly not in your favor.
1. It is you who always date, not him.
2. When something important, good or bad happens in his life, you will find out far from being the first.
3. He allows himself a long time not to answer your calls and messages.
4. He does not call you his girlfriend.
5. He makes plans for the weekend / vacation, not considering you.
6. You hear a lot of “I” from him, but not “We”.
7. Your opinion means little to him.
You deserve to be someone's priority - it's simple.