How To Avoid Bad Relationships?

leave-bad-relationship-800x8001-300x300Here is a teaser of my latest article on Singles Warehouse

That is a pressing question that most people in their 40s are faced with! In fact, if you dig deep enough, you’ll see that most people fall into bad relationships because they are trying to find the ultimate good one at the end of the tunnel. Unfortunately, the end of the tunnel seems a distant dream to most people on a quest of finding a soulmate. Let’s explore some of the ways to avoid these bad relationships so you can save yourself for the ultimate one – The One.

Look at the Pattern

Everything in life has a pattern – the good stuff and the bad. Nothing is random and certainly nothing is a matter of chance. The Grand Design of the Universe shows you exactly how the Law of Attraction for Love works, but to make it work for you rather than against you, you must first identify the pattern of bad relationships in your life.

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About Lorii

Lorii Abela is a multi-awarded international leader and motivational speaker, matchmaker, and an acknowledged expert on soul mates. Co-author of four international bestselling books—including Sexy Secrets to a Juicy Love Life Vol. 1 & 2, Lorii helps singles find their soul mates using the Law of Attraction. If you have been wondering how you can turn your light on, wow, and enchant your soulmate into entering your life, Lorii has answers! Call (312) 235-2688 to set an appointment.
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20 Responses to How To Avoid Bad Relationships?

  1. The patterns that we each have can really be something to witness and be aware of, as they really do dictate what will happen or what has happened in the past.

  2. Sharon O'Day says:

    I think we attract the wrong people into a relationship when we’re not on solid ground ourselves. It also explains why we seem to make the same mistakes over and over in our choices. It’s only when we “get” ourselves that we have a good shot a being in a relationship that is healthy and long-lasting.

  3. Great tips Lorii! I really like the item of breaking patterns that have proved to not work. Not always as easy as it may sound, but this has been a focus for me. Thanks for this post!

  4. Terrie says:

    I guess there’s truth to the saying ” be the right person first before you look for the right one for you”

  5. Stacy Estolas says:

    Great article! In the end, we attract to us what we are on the inside.

  6. Stacy Estolas says:

    Great article. In the end, we attract what we are on the inside.

  7. Crystal Peterson says:

    Great advice Lorii!

  8. Ashley says:

    Great article! I agree that you must always trust your insticts and avoid what has been wrong in the past. Wonderful advice.

  9. Veronica says:

    relationships take work, but a lot of people are looking for their own selfish happiness instead of deciding to make the other person happy

  10. Relationships can be tricky. And difficult. The thing that keeps them running smoothly is the common love. That produces respect, compassion, and commitment. Nice article!

  11. Great advice and not always easy to do, although it should be. No one deserves to be in a bad relationship. I prefer to be alone. It is worth taking the time to find the right partner.

  12. Nate says:

    You are so right about patterns. We all have timelines in our lives and it’s easy to get into a pattern where you may not realize it. Sometimes if you are aware of your patterns you can use it to your advantage!

  13. Relationships are not always easy, for sure. It’s hard work learning to get along with another person, I don’t care who it is. As soon as we’re in the same house, we’re sure to hit these speed bumps. What makes the difference between a good or bad relationship? Commitment and communication! Great post, Lorii.

  14. Diane Bester says:

    I have found that I look to a relationship to fill an area that I am weak in, and someone that I can count on. Also I look to see if I fit into that other person’s needs likewise. At the latter stage of life, you can pretty much tell who you are compatible with pretty soon into the relationship. Thanks for your great and very informative article.

  15. Interesting article Lorri. We need to start with ourselves. When we change our situation changes.

  16. Roslyn says:

    So agree with Meryl’s point. One must know oneself, be in relationship with oneself before creating a love one with another. Too often people choose partners to fulfill themselves, become co dependent, etc. Relationships take conscious give and take.

  17. Kungphoo says:

    Great advice! Bad relationships should be avoided at any cost, but sometimes they are hard to avoid. I definitely agree that we need to focus on our patterns of relationships and try to change them. Thanks for sharing!

  18. Kungphoo says:

    Great advice! Bad relationships should be avoided at any cost, but sometimes it’s hard to avoid them. I definitely agree that we should all take note of the patterns we tend to follow and try to change them. Thanks for sharing!

  19. I am soooo happy I don’t have to do the dating game! I think I would wreck my chances… phew! great article!

  20. We can not always avoid bad relationships but having an understanding of ourselves and how we are contributing to these relationships can enable us to make better decisions. All relationships require work and understanding. Being truly connected with yourself needs to happen before you can choose the right partner.

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