Should You Ever Try to Change a Partner

In every relationship, those involved inevitably have or develop some bad habits. It's part of being human - if a relationship is based on expectations of perfection, then both partners are in for quite a shock. While many bad habits are harmless, some cause problems in relationships - from grating quirks to life-threatening behaviors. Knowing the difference and knowing when to draw the line is key. Whether or not you should try to change a partner is an important issue to consider before taking action. The answer can mean the end of your relationship, or a whole new beginning.

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