1. Discoveries can encompass the experience of discovering something for the first time or rediscovering something that has been lost, forgotten or concealed.
2. Discoveries can be sudden and unexpected, or they can emerge from a process of deliberate and careful planning evoked by curiosity, necessity or wonder.
3. Discoveries can be fresh and intensely meaningful in ways that may be emotional, creative, intellectual, physical and spiritual.
4. They can also be confronting and provocative.
5. They can lead us to new worlds and values, stimulate new ideas, and enable us to speculate about future possibilities.
6. Discoveries and discovering can offer new understandings and renewed perceptions of ourselves and others.
7. An individual’s discoveries and their process of discovering can vary according to personal, cultural, historical and social contexts and values.
8. The impact of these discoveries can be far-reaching and transformative for the individual and for broader society.
9. Discoveries may be questioned or challenged when viewed from different perspectives and their worth may be reassessed over time.
10. The ramifications of particular discoveries may differ for individuals and their worlds.
Theres the obvious ones: cheating being unsupportive, not communicating properly, become interested in someone else...
But I think the BIGGEST one is not having the same life vision (especially when you're younger!). It's impossible to keep a relationship going if one of you has to compromise or worse SACRIFICE where you want your life to head.
If you want and value different things and have really different life goals your either 1. going to break up because it's "not going to work" or 2. you become resentful of partner "holding you back" from doing the things you plan/want to do and wind up hating them and breaking up (can happen vice versa).