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About Relationships and Tolerance

Relationships are not normally paired with tolerance but it is the partner that has the tolerance who is likely to save relationships that is if they do not reach a breaking point. Tolerance is enduring for a time an annoying habit either intense or casual that is placing stress on the relationship.

Relationships are not normally paired with tolerance but it is the partner that has the tolerance who is likely to save relationships that is if they do not reach a breaking point. Tolerance is enduring for a time an annoying habit either intense or casual that is placing stress on the relationship. Relationships are stressful at best and it is the less stress that a relationship has to withstand that will promote a stronger relationship. Tolerance and stress levels however can be synonymous because both are forces on the relationship that hinders it to the point of either one partner choosing to leave or to end the relationship.

Putting up with a partner’s bad habits is often attributed to tolerance and can cause major damage to relationships. After a while the breaking point emerges from the person taking all of the bad habits and either a major argument occurs or the annoyed person just decides to walk away from the relationship. Oftentimes, the effected partner knows the reason for the relationship ending and does not need an explanation.

It should be noted that mutual tolerance in moderation however is most appreciated in relationships because there are none who have not erred in some way or another. But when the annoyance are not in moderation and bad habits have to be tolerated on a daily basis, then the relationship begins to fail. It is not necessary to delineate the myriad examples of bad habits that couples have because the list would be limitless. But the most important bad habit is when a partner has to tolerate a womanizer for an example or a man who thinks that he is God’s gift to women. After a number of times of tolerating being ignored on a date so that the womanizer can do his job, the wife or girlfriend would have reached her breaking point and would either have a few words with the womanizer or stop dating him.

Stronger relationship are formed with the mutual toleration of a moderate level; if there was a gauge to measure tolerance levels in a relationship. If one person as constantly complaining about an issue more than one has to tolerate then the relationship would be in jeopardy.

Complaints and tolerance can be on different ends of the spectrum when it comes to how the relationship is effected. Complaints or what husbands often call nagging can actually improve the relationship because the communication is normally to get something done on to improve on a process. However tolerance is having to deal with a husband or a boyfriend for an example ignoring the complaints until the roof caves in because of inattentiveness to getting the roof fixed when the wife first requested for an example.

Complaints in a relationship are mostly vocal and communication is always good for any relationship. However tolerance is often done in silence with little dialogue except accepting yet again that something was done when it was told to be stopped. The offense could be as simple as the wife walking in front of the television while a football game is on and the husband tolerates her blocking the television set. The offense could be as complex as the girlfriend tolerated the boyfriend communicated with his ex girlfriend on FaceBook for an example of which she could very well choose to end the relationship.

Tolerance in relationship of mutual moderation is best because most likely one of the partners would not reach a breaking point if explanations are given for actions taken and the communication is kept open about the annoying behavior. However if the tolerance is not in moderation the couple could see and end to the relationship that will not always be on a mutual basis. Complaints and tolerances are both nuisances to the relationship however complaints are the nicer of the two evils because most of the time improvement to the relationship can be made because of the open communication. However tolerance can be a silent annoyance where one partner in the relationship can reach a breaking point and actually end the relationship.

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