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9 Common Relationship Problems That Happen After You Move In Together

There are definitely a few issues couples can run into after moving in together, but as long as you're willing to talk about them and figure out a plan, they don't have to be dealbreakers.




1. Not Jiving Financially - Man…




There are definitely a few issues couples can run into after moving in together, but as long as you're willing to talk about them and figure out a plan, they don't have to be dealbreakers.




1. Not Jiving Financially - Many people discover that their partner’s financial habits can be dealbreakers," says Bennett. "This can include things like not paying bills on time, overspending, lack of saving, and so on." And these issues can lead to all sorts of arguments and trust issues — which can be dealbreakers, too.
But don't start packing your bags just yet. "This can be hard to fix since financial values are taught young and it’s difficult to get someone to change

2. Fighting Over Messes & Chores- if you move in together, and find yourself knee-deep in a mess — or maybe your partner's the neat one, and won't stop arguing with you about leaving dirty dishes in the sink — the stress can certainly lead to a breakup

3. Realizing You Aren't On The Same Page- For many couples, moving in together is a major step forward in the relationship. It often signals that you're not only a couple, but that you plan to be one for a long, long time.

4. Being Irritated By Each Other's Quirks - Over time, little things that grate on you ... can turn into dealbreakers. Especially if you never take the time to discuss ways to possibly rectify these habits and live together in harmony.


5. Having Different Ideas About Alone- There's nothing quite like transitioning from seeing each other a few times a week, to seeing each other every single day. For some couples, this can be a rude awakening, especially if they haven't braced themselves for such a big lifestyle change.

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