Ever wonder why some relationships work, and others don’t?
Experts have long said that our past—childhood experiences, involvement with certain events, education, and upbringing, etc, has a lot to do with our future relationships. What we’re exposed to in the past certainly says a lot about how we react to certain things in the future.
This brings us to one question: is our parents’ relationship to blame for our failed relationships? Has their divorce traumatized us that we’re doomed to fail in our own love lives?
Would we have fared better had our parents been happily married?
Honestly? Not really. What you’ll find out below is that no matter what kind of marriage you were exposed to as a child, there’s still a chance that you’re going to have bad future relationships—and it’s not because of your parents. It’s because of you and how you coped with their situation.