No one can be blamed if a person ends up with a worthless partner in a romantic relationship. The meeting stage on a date displays the best side of both partners, which usually diminish or alter as the relationship progresses. However, that does not mean this relationship should end outright.
If you find yourself in a bad relationship, consider making moves into creating a healthy relationship. You may just have something amiss that needs to be looked at further. Review how you have contributed to the problem and what you need to fix your relationship.
Diagnose the problem
You need to pinpoint what troubles are bothering your relationship. Explain in detail what has happened, and who has done what to whom. However, instead of placing the blame onto your partner, diagnose the problem so that you are able to troubleshoot, accept responsibility, and fix it.
Bad relationships did not just happen as that. It has a starting point that has led to what it is now. You need to look how you have contributed to the problem, then accept the responsibility for your actions, whether intentional or not.
Eliminate self-destructive behaviors
We all have behaviors that are detrimental to ourselves. You need to be able to identify them, review the reasoning behind these self-sabotaging behaviors, and overcome them. Creating a healthy relationship depends on how your outline these destructive behaviors and demolishing them in the process.
Adopt positive behaviors
Replace your former defeatist actions with positive and self-supporting relationship rules that promote the kind of relationship you have always wanted.
Start a healthy relationship
Put your positive behaviors into action, starting by reconnecting with your partner using the insights that you have gained along the way. It may not be the easiest step in this process, but give it time to progress especially if you truly want to have a healthy relationship with your partner.