5 Painful Decisions That Can Make Your Relationship Better

Painful Decisions Can Strengthen Your Love Life

Some decisions come easier than others. Other come with a price and sometimes we have to make painful decisions. If you had to make a painful decision in order to make your relationship better, would you do it?

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Some Pain, Some Gain

Life is a series of decisions. From the mundane to the monumental, we have to make decisions every day. When it comes to relationships, the goal is to always make them better. The goal is to grow together and growth can be painful sometimes. But if you and your partner struggle together—if you make the tough, painful decisions together—your bond will grow stronger.

Some decisions are more painful than others. Let’s explore the decisions you may have to make in your relationship and why or how much they hurt.

Painful Decisions That Hurt a Little 

Breaking a bad habit: Bad habits are hard to break. Let’s say your bad habit is smoking. Your partner knew you smoked when you met, and it was their least favorite thing about you. They wish you’d quit, so they ask you to. But asking is the easy part! You’re the one who has to stop smoking and quitting is very, very hard. But if you do quit smoking (or whatever your bad habit is), the rewards will outweigh the pain you feel while you’re quitting. You’ll feel better, look better, have more money in your pocket and your partner will kiss and hug you more.

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Cutting back on spendingIt’s a good idea to save your hard-earned money for the things you want down the road. Whether it’s a house, kids or a solid retirement fund, saving money when all you want to do is spend it, can be a bit painful. But if you and your partner have shared goals, you both need to sacrifice to make them happen. A little pain now is well worth achieving a certain level of comfort in the future.

Painful Decisions That Hurt a Lot

Relocating for a JobWhat if you were offered a dream job? Would you take it? Of course you would! But what would you do if this dream job required you to move to another state? Now you have to leave everyone you love and everything you know to take this next step. Moving for work isn’t an easy decision and it is often a painful one. But if it means taking the next step towards career success and if it means a better quality of life for you and your partner, this painful decision will definitely improve your relationship.

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Giving up a pet: What do you do when the one you love doesn’t love your pet? Maybe they have a severe allergy or their living situation isn’t pet friendly. Maybe the cost of being a pet parent is too high. Will you give up your pet for love? It’s a huge sacrifice, but sometimes it’s one that needs to be made if your partner’s health and comfort are on the line.

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Forgiving infidelity: This is probably one of the most painful decisions a person may have to make in a relationship. Can you forgive a cheating partner? Let’s hope you never have to make that decision, but if you have to, let’s be clear—it’s a very painful decision to make. But if your partner is filled with regret and willing to jump through hoops to earn your trust again, making the painful decision to forgive them could strengthen your relationship and even make it better than it was before their infidelity.

If you’re in a committed relationship, your goal should always be to make your relationship better—even when it comes to making really painful decisions.

16 thoughts on “5 Painful Decisions That Can Make Your Relationship Better

  1. ntsy

    this advice sounds like the 1950’s. That having a relationship is more important than anything. It’s not. And some relationships aren’t worth it or have an expiration date. So if I found my dream job that I’d been working for, for 8 years and he wouldn’t go. The relationship would be over. I need to find some one who supports me and he needs to find some one who isn’t moving. Also what isn’t taken into account is, the more we give up for some one, they had better be equally willing to at different points and times for me or it’s a one-sided relationship and the other partner will lose respect for you. You really have to be true to who you are, then you will find the partner that matches. Regarding infidelity – that person who cheats needs to be in counceling and owning up to their behavior and why they chose to cheat rather than work on a relationship that they are supposedly committed to. They don’t just get forgiven.

  2. Lisa

    Hmmm. I’ve been a cheater and have forgiven a cheater/ stayed. I was miserable both ways. Best policy. ….don’t get caught up in any kind of cheating. It’s not worth it!

  3. Colette

    I don’t think it read “he doesn’t like your pet” I think it says if he is very highly allergic, and his health is on the line

  4. SRB

    What about if you find out child support is being taken out of the boyfriend’s check? And you never knew he had kids or a possibility. Now he has to go to court to take DNA test. I’m so confused. I feel lied to. I honestly don’t want to deal with a man with this type of baggage. But I’ve come to care and love him a lot up to this point. This relationship thing is a headache.

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  6. Chrissi

    no way would I give up my furries for a man if he doesn’t like them he can walk- and no way would I make myself something I’m not for one either- walked that path with my father, and it only brought me pain if a guy can’t accept me for who and what I am and my furries too he isn’t worth it- and if he’s maybe allergic well I’d make sure he knew before the relationship developed I had pets so he could either get it sorted or find someone else without pets

  7. Vanessa

    What? Give up my pet? There are allergy injections one can take? Cheated on me? You are out of here. Why does one have to “put up” with a person’s transgressions? Why don’t we go back to the 50’s, 60’s when women served men? This article will go in the trash pike. One gets what one wishes for

  8. Michelle

    Any cheating man is a loser who craps on the relationship… Nobody need someone who disrespects the union. Forgiveness? Sure, staying in the relationship? hell no. No CHUMP-ship for me.

  9. Chris

    What if? You quit smoking, you quit drinking, and you loose weight, from ‘morbid’ to a few extra pounds. Boy would a wife be happy! NOT!
    After achieving all the above goals the final change for my own health was to get rid of the attitude. Alone is not lonely, it is peaceful!

  10. mary

    Before we say that we r in a committed relationship, lets b clear first if we r both committed…a committed retionship should b where both party r giving and taking equally…and if that is the case, there is no painful decision to me…but where one have to forgive infidelity….that is no committed relationship…it is a relationship where only one person is committed…and i cant support this at all…

  11. Sal

    As faras infidelity goes,it happened in a relationship I was in,they begged for forgiveness and promised,so I gave in. Guess what? they were right out doing it again,and I caught them in our bed! So i do forgive cheaters NO WAY!!!!

  12. Toni Acocella

    Well then, why not just give up your complete identity and sense of self, just to hold on to a one sided relationship??? I DON’T THINK SO!!!!!!


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