As much as you may love your partner, chances are your significant other occasionally gets on your very last nerve. The big issues in your relationship can cause problems, but an abundance of little things can be equally as much of a headache. These seven little aggravating things will grind your gears.
Going through cell phone call logs and emails just scratches the surface of privacy invasion. Couples usually do these things due to a lack of trust, which is a far bigger problem in a relationship.
Not giving enough space
Spending too much time together can be just as detrimental to a relationship as not spending enough time together. Sometimes people just need time apart that provides a moment to miss one another.
Restricting your partner
The last thing any adult wants to hear is what he or she is or isn't allowed to do. Most commonly you hear about people not wanting their partner hanging out with certain friends or telling their partner what time to be home. Putting any type of restrictions on your partner is sure to ruffle some feathers.
Bad table manners
Bad table manners are something that most people rarely think about their partner having until the holiday dinner party at work or some other big similar event comes around. You're not likely to leave your partner because he chews with his mouth open or plays with your phone, but it damn sure will get annoying.
Checking out other people
Rubbernecking will always cause problems in a committed relationship. The occasional glance is ok sometimes, but you'll likely find yourself single if you make a habit out of it.
Video game addictions
Video games have been known to cause relationship problems when one partner spends more time paying attention to the video game console than the person he or she loves. Finding ways to split time between the two without your partner feeling left out can get tricky.
There are some people that will be late for their own funeral. Being in a relationship with someone like that is draining, especially if you're a stickler for time.