However there are things you should never sacrifice for a relationship,here are some of them:
1. Freedom. If you constantly have to check in with your partner or feel
guilty about going somewhere with friends or family, this shows that
your significant other lacks confidence in him or herself. Possessive
behavior almost always points to an extreme internal insecurity, often
from unhealed childhood wounds, such as abandonment or neglectful
parents. Even though this person deserves love and kindness, you need to
cut ties with the person to allow them to heal on their own.
Controlling behavior suggests that the person does not feel comfortable
with him or herself, and this definitely needs to be worked out before
he or she commits to any long-term relationships.
2. Yourself. Never change yourself for someone else; the right person
will love you for nothing less than your full, authentic self. Also, the
right person would never want you to change, because they truly enjoy
your genuine essence, without you having to change a thing. Granted,
relationships all require small compromises, like maybe eating at a
restaurant your partner wants to try instead of the one you really
wanted to go to, but you shouldn’t have to alter your personality or
beliefs for someone else. Be yourself unapologetically, and if your
partner can’t accept you, you need to go for someone who will.
3. Happiness. If someone doesn’t enhance your life and add to your joy,
then what purpose do they serve in your life? Bottom line: if your
partner drags you down and makes you feel crappy about yourself and
life, then it’s time to call quits on the relationship. You need someone
who will match your vibration and bring vibrant energy into your life,
not someone who leeches the energy from your life. Of course he or she
won’t always feel completely blissful, but if they can’t seem to find
happiness on their own or offer it to you at all, then let them go…they
need to focus on inner healing, not a relationship.
4. Your dreams. An ideal partnership consists of two people on the same
mission, supporting each other every step of the way. Or, just two
people who have different dreams, but still encourage and cheer each
other on. If you don’t have someone on the same path as you, or even
someone who has your back, don’t hesitate to leave the relationship.
What you want out of life makes up a large portion of who you are, and
you don’t need someone who dismisses or bashes your goals.
5. Inner peace. Your guy or girl should make you feel a deep sense of
calm that makes you forget about the chaos around you. If they make you
anxious, nervous, or angry a majority of the time, they will only weaken
your own vibration and cause you to become vulnerable to negative
energy. Your partner should have peace within him or herself, and
reflect it onto you as well