–It is Sunday and it is family day for me… well it is family day with Sonja’s family now. I am meeting her loved ones today, and it is going to be a excellent test of recalling names for me. Wish me luck, since you know I am terrible with names! When you are dating someone, what are the bounds? Are there any definite relationship boundaries that, if triggered, cause irreparable harm and the eventual end of most relationships? What each of these behaviors have in common is that they’re violations of another individual’s trust. Once 1 person in a relationship no longer hopes their spouse, the connection will almost surely end. So to help you ensure this doesn’t occur in your relationship, here are 6 relationship-ending dating behaviours which should always be avoided: Remember that I am not mentioning the most obvious one which is cheating.1. Everyone Is Entitled To Their Own Privacy. What constitutes a breach of a person’s privacy? When, if ever, are you justified in breaking up your spouse’s privacy? In case you’ve got an”instinct” about something, does this give you the best to begin reading through your spouse’s email? To begin listening to their voicemail messages? The reply to all these is no! To violate a person’s privacy would be to violate their faith. You shouldn’t ever dig through someone’s personal emails, or listen to someone’s voicemail messages. By listening to your spouse’s voicemail messages or reading their emails, you’re violating not only their trust, but also the hope your spouse has with anybody who abandoned those encoded messages and emails.2. There is No Such Thing As”A Lie For The Greater Good.” Of course lying is not good in a relationship, although we have probably all been guilty of doing this. Certain sorts of lies, however, are a lot more detrimental to a relationship than others. Some people will lie to their spouse in certain scenarios in an attempt to avoid hurting them to avoid having to have a dialogue that will be hurtful to them. So although we lie thinking we’re doing this to”protect” our spouse, when that lie is exposed (which it almost always necessarily is) we end up digging a deeper hole for ourselves. If you do get caught in this circumstance, not only do you end up damaging your partner anyway, but you also wind up hurting yourself much more. In life, what you fear will actually manifest — but it is going to manifest even more badly than you feared. So whatever you’re trying to protect your spouse from by lying to them will look worse because your lie than it would have had been if you were honest and open about it in the get-go. In addition to that, you’ve violated your spouse’s trust by lying to them. These sort of lies are nearly always relationship-enders.3. You’re Not James Bond, Thus Never Spy On Your Partner You aren’t a spy, so you shouldn’t ever be spying on your spouse. You shouldn’t snoop on your spouse’s private things. That means that you need to never look through your spouse’s drawers, their wallet, their filing cabinet, or their personal records (such as their bank or credit card statements). Further, there’s nothing that justifies snooping. Regardless of what you have a”hunch” about, snooping through your spouse’s things is never the best way to affirm or deny your hunch. It’s a complete violation of your spouse’s trust. Your spouse’s private business and individual records should be kept confidential unless they give you permission to look at them. Spying on your spouse behind their back James Bond style is one of the most deliberate and obvious violations of your spouse’s trust, and will achieve nothing except to have your spouse never expect you to be alone near their items ever again.4. Whether this takes the kind of searching for your spouse’s car by driving by their home, gym or work, or it takes the kind of following your spouse in your car, this is something that you should never do. Even if you think you have a true”hunch” or”instinct” that your spouse is doing something wrong or is hiding something from you, designating yourself as your own private investigator isn’t merely the wrong way to tackle this, but also frankly smacks of stalker-like behaviour. If your spouse finds out you have been”tailing them” on your vehicle, they will no more trust you and will probably end your connection right there and then.5. Do not ever send a friend or anybody else to collect information for you about your spouse or to spy on your spouse for you. That means, do not send a friend to go hang out where you know or suspect your spouse will be. Do not have your friend try to eavesdrop on your spouse’s conversations in places they go. Do not ask your friends to use their mobile phone to snap covert images of your spouse. All {} not only violate your spouse’s trust, but also reveal your complete lack of confidence in your partner. This behavior, if detected by your spouse, will most certainly lead to them ending your relationship.6. Prevent Paranoid And Obsessive Behavior. Among the biggest ways to show that you don’t trust your spouse whatsoever, is to attest that distrust with paranoid and obsessive behaviour. While calling your spouse regularly is rather normal, calling them to”check them up” comes off as paranoid and obsessive, and will almost always drive your spouse away. If for example your spouse leaves their phone somewhere, and by the time they realize they abandon it and pick it up two hours after you’ve called them 50 times, you’re not just coming off as being paranoid and obsessive, but you’re clearly communicating to your spouse that you don’t trust them whatsoever. If you dread each time ten minutes go by with no reply from your spouse to a telephone call or an email, it sends the exact same message to them. This behavior won’t only push your partner away from you, but how you clearly do not trust them at all will likely lead your spouse to finish your relationship.Thus, even if you have some sort of”instinct” that your spouse is doing something wrong, it’s much better to face them openly about it and”slug it out” together compared to violate their privacy and their trust by trying to find answers behind their back. Even if your spouse does not respond to your efforts to discuss it the first, second or third time, it’s likely you will get to discuss it — and the consequence of facing your feelings openly along with your spouse will always be greater than if your spouse discovers you’ve participated in any of the behaviours I discuss here.Finding a fantastic person with whom you need to be in a relationship can be quite hard. After we find somebody, however, we will need to see our spouse’s privacy and trust are boundary lines that shouldn’t be breached. Violations of trust like those discussed here are a few of the quickest ways to kill any connection.However much emotion and love exist in a relationship, a connection can’t survive without trust. Think long and hard before you participate in any of these behaviours. Violating someone’s trust won’t ever have a connection to a better location. In actuality, by doing this you might just be orchestrating the end of what might have been a wonderful relationship. ◊♦◊Have you read the first anthology which was the catalyst for Your Great Men Project? ◊♦◊If you think in the work we’re doing here at The Great Men Project and wish to join our calls on a regular basis, please join us as a Premium Member, now. All Premium Members get to See The Great Men Project with NO ADS.Need more info? A whole list of advantages is here.–Photo credit: Istockphoto.com

What each of these behaviors have in common is {} violations of another individual’s trust.

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