Relationships aren't always peachy-keen and rainbows. In a new survey posted by NY Daily News, 18- to 34-year-olds admitted that their top three dating issues were deciding when to stay or bail on a relationship (44 percent), trying to get over an ex (35 percent), and deciphering whether their partner has been unfaithful (34 percent).
But, it's important to remember that no one likes to listen to a broken record. So if you find yourself on repeat over-analyzing to your friends about your philandering man or rambling incessantly about your ex, you might want to STFU and talk to your dog instead.
The survey also found that 50 percent of U.S. adults have avoided friends or family members who constantly talk about their dating problems. Among the millennial participants (the 25 to 34 years old), 64 percent said they dodge their buddies for this reason, as well.
The most interesting part of the study discussed sex in relationships. Of the adults surveyed, 44 percent said that if the sex were bad in their relationship, they would bring up the issue with their partner, while 39 percent said they wouldn't speak up.
Twenty-eight percent would remain with their partner and just hope the sex gets better. Eleven percent would end the relationship and never bring it up (sucks to suck!).
Would you tell your partner if he or she was a poor performer? Or would you break it off and leave them wondering? And, which side of the conversation are you on: are you the complainer or the one stuck listening? How do you tell your heartbroken friend that she's got to stop obsessing? Hmmm...