over sacrifice in relationships

What’s the difference between healthy sacrifice and over-sacrificing? Did you know that sacrificing too much for your partner can actually damage your relationship? New research out of the Netherlands points to four key components that can help you learn the difference between healthy and unhealthy levels of sacrifice. Not only for the benefit of your relationship, but for your own self-love, self-understanding, and self-worth.

This show looks not only at the sacrifices made by the betrayed partner, but also at the sacrifices of the betrayer.

Top take-a-ways:
  • Willingness to Sacrifice: Being willing to sacrifice sometimes matters more than actually making the sacrifice.
  • The Act of Sacrifice: Why your partner’s validation and acknowledgement of sacrifices made is paramount to relationship satisfaction.
  • Satisfaction with Sacrifice: The importance of knowing what you want and what matters most to you in life, so you only make sacrifices that keep you internally satisfied.
  • Cost of Sacrifice: When the sacrifices we make are too significant, they build resentment in us and our partner and damage the relationship going forward.



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