Overcompensating to make a relationship work is mentally draining – Publisher Betty Irabor cautions people against making sacrifices in a relationship and expecting a favorable outcome

 

Overcompensating to make a relationship work is mentally draining - Publisher Betty Irabor cautions people against making sacrifices in a relationship and expecting a favorable outcome

 

Publisher, Betty Irabor, has advised single people against making sacrifices in their relationships with the expectation of a favorable outcome.

 

In a thread shared on her Twitter handle, Mrs Irabor opined that making sacrifices in a relationship should be voluntary and not with the intent for coercing the other party’s emotions to do ones bidding.

 

In her thread, she pointed out that overcompensation to make a relationship work can be mentally draining.

 

Read what she wrote below

 

Overcompensating to make a relationship work is mentally draining - Publisher Betty Irabor cautions people against making sacrifices in a relationship and expecting a favorable outcomeOvercompensating to make a relationship work is mentally draining - Publisher Betty Irabor cautions people against making sacrifices in a relationship and expecting a favorable outcomeOvercompensating to make a relationship work is mentally draining - Publisher Betty Irabor cautions people against making sacrifices in a relationship and expecting a favorable outcomeOvercompensating to make a relationship work is mentally draining - Publisher Betty Irabor cautions people against making sacrifices in a relationship and expecting a favorable outcome

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