Relationships. They're a source of endless joy and angst. We might be deliriously happy for a while, but then the gloss wears off and we're stuck with reality. Most people get into relationships expecting they'll feel better about themselves and their lives when they have someone to love them. We will meet the man or woman of our dreams and they will fulfil us, be our everything and we'll both be deliriously happy for ever.
When that's not the case, what do we do? Often, we blame the other person. The thinking might go like this: I don't feel fantastic anymore, so it must be the other person's fault: they're not good enough, good-looking enough, rich enough, smart enough. A solution? Move on. The next relationship will...
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