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Yes, being cheated on is one of the most devastating things a person can have to face relationship-wise, but there are tons of other relationship issues that are just as bad and some that are much worse. When you’re in love with someone, and you find that the issues you’re facing are driving you apart, it can truly break your heart. 


While this is not excusing those who cheat or implying that cheating is not a ‘bad thing,’ it does highlight issues that need to be touched on. Whether you’ve been together for a few months or a decade, feeling your loved one drawing away is something that can drive you mad. Below, I will go over some of the most serious and unspoken problems many couples face.

Romance is not easy to keep up, and sometimes we just drift apart. Love is not something that always lasts forever and whether there are reasons behind your problems or not, they still sting. How many of these have you faced, and do you agree that they are oftentimes more upsetting than being cheated on?

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10 Relationship Issues That Can Feel Much Worse Than Being Cheated On:

1. Being unable to communicate with your partner

When it comes to dating, the closer you are, the more important communication is. If you cannot talk to one another about basically anything, problems will come up constantly. You as lovers need to be able to rely on one another emotionally. Being unable to communicate with your partner makes you feel emotionally isolated, and that is never anything anyone wants to experience.

To improve communication skills in a relationship, consider exploring The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts” by Gary Chapman.

2. Feeling like your partner is drawing away

When we feel like our partner is drawing away, we cling to what we thought we had. We feel like the world is closing in around us and struggle with that feeling until things are resolved or perhaps come to an end. The uncertainty of it all is shattering.

3. Having to deal with jealousy

Being jealous in a relationship is never a good thing. This drives a wedge between the two of you and leaves both parts unhappy. With this kind of thing, it makes clear just how untrusting the relationship is in general and highlights negative aspects big time.

4. Having affection withheld from you

When you’re dating someone, you want them to show you that they care for you. If they are withholding affection, it makes you feel like you’ve done something wrong or like there is something wrong with you. The longer this goes on, the further apart you’ll drift, all the while wondering why.

5. Being used and manipulated

Being used and manipulated is one of the worst feelings in the world. You cared for someone deeply, and they broke your trust by throwing you under the bus or using you to get what they wanted, only to betray you in the end. It’s like you meant nothing to them at all because you didn’t.

6. Being lied to

Lying is one of the worst things you can do in a relationship. Whether you’re lying about something big or something small, this makes the best breeding ground for painful experiences and shows a serious lack of respect. From here a wedge will grow and be shoved between the two of you big time.

7. Not feeling loved anymore

When you’re dating someone who doesn’t make you feel loved, it is as if nothing makes sense. You wonder what happened to the person you fell for and why things changed. While this can come from different places and for many reasons, it is unless worked through often a cause of a serious break-up.

8. Being constantly talked down to/not appreciated

No one wants the person they love to say something bad about them, and the more it happens, the worse they’re going to feel. This leaves you with low self-esteem and insecure. You feel like you’re not good enough, and emotionally it tears you apart.

9. Staying together for the wrong reasons

When we stay together for the wrong reasons, it leads to so many issues. Sure, you might not want to be single, but is there any point in sticking with someone who doesn’t really care about you? Convenience doesn’t matter when everything is broken down and can force you to feel very stuck.

10. Being with someone who takes everything too far

When you’re with someone who doesn’t know how to stop, it can really take a toll on you in a lot of ways. You become scared to say the wrong thing or make things too big of a deal because you don’t know what kind of reaction is going to come. This can be quite the thing to face and breaks a person down when they’re seeing it repeatedly.

For those seeking guidance on navigating tough relationship dynamics, Hold Me Tight: Seven Conversations for a Lifetime of Love” by Dr. Sue Johnson offers valuable insights.

In conclusion, while infidelity is a significant issue, there are many other relationship problems that can be equally, if not more, damaging. Addressing these issues with open communication, mutual respect, and professional guidance when needed is crucial for the health and longevity of a relationship.

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