Relationships are not easy. If they were, everyone would be in one and everyone would stay in one. While it’s not impossible to keep your relationship fresh and exciting while you’re together, there are some things you should avoid doing. These are the top 5 worst relationship games that couples tend to play with each other, plus why playing them can lead to a serious problem in your relationship down the road…
1) Whose Turn is it Anyway?
One of the most common games couples play is Who’s turn is it anyway? The person who wants to do something has to keep asking the other person if they can go first. If the other person says yes, then you give them a task and when they’re done, you say You can’t go yet because I’m not done with my turn. This game can be played out with any number of tasks and even in one-sided conversations.
2) Just a Small Favor
If your partner asks you for a small favor and you’re not in the mood, just say no. It’s okay to say no when it comes to these games! In fact, it’s important that you do. The worst thing you can do is give in, but then resent your partner later on.
3) If it Hurts, Don’t Do It
The hardest part about relationships is that everyone plays games. You can’t always be your authentic self, because we’re all trying to get something out of the other person. But some games are worse than others and there are certain types of games that no one should ever play with their partner.
4) Staying Out of the Kitchen
- Staying Out of the Kitchen
- Too Much to Handle
- Testing Your Limits
- Keeping Score and
- Being Mean.
- The One-Up Game: In this game, one person tries to do something bigger or better than what the other person has done in order to gain some sort of power over them. For example, they may try to take on a task at work that their partner already did, just so they can feel like they’re in control when it comes down to things like who gets more promotions or higher pay rates. 7.
5) Two Separate Beds
One of the most common games that couples play with each other is to have two separate beds. While it may seem like an easy way to save space, this game often leads to feelings of sadness and loneliness. Whether one partner sleeps in the guest room or the child’s bedroom, it can be difficult to feel close with someone when they’re physically far away from you.