As everyone knows, communication is a key element to any successful relationship. Good communication entails two functions: speaking and listening. No doubt it's difficult for you to see this, but both of these areas have contributed to problems in your past relationships.
For one thing, you interrupt people. It's not that you're trying to be rude; it's just that your mind works so fast, and you don't want to lose any of the million ideas flooding your brain, so the words come tumbling out of your mouth whether or not you're holding the microphone. Not that anyone can keep up with your machine-gun style of speech, but at least they give it a try.Not so when others try to speak. You see, in order to listen to someone else, you have to shut up. And that's not easy for you. Let's say someone does manage to get a word in edgewise. What do you do? Leap to conclusions before they've even finished speaking! No wonder they throw their hands up in despair and walk away muttering about finding someone else who understands them. Your formula for more successful relationships? Simple. You've got two ears and one mouth. Use them in that proportion.