Bad Relationships and Good Relationships – Which lasts?

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Why do bad relationships tend to last longer than good relationships? In other words, a “bad” relationship may be described as one person seemingly contributes far more to the relationship than the other, often times experiencing disappointment the other mate fails to give equally. A “good” relationship is one that both mates share responsibilities and contribute equally.
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Why do bad relationships tend to last longer than good relationships? In other words, a “bad” relationship may be described as one person seemingly contributes far more to the relationship than the other, often times experiencing disappointment the other mate fails to give equally. A “good” relationship is one that both mates share responsibilities and contribute equally.

People, both men and women, stay in a bad relationship for several reasons. They may stay in the relationship because they feel they have invested a lot of time, energy, and even money into the relationship and still have the hope that …