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  1 month ago

How to Know When It's Time to End a Relationship

Thinking about ending a relationship is never simple, especially when you have years invested in your partner. You are blinded and you cannot see how toxic and damaging your romantic relationships is.

But if your relationship isn't in a good place, no matter how much you love that person going through a breakup may be necessary because no one deserves to stay with someone who isn't treating them right or making them happy.

Well, the signs of a deteriorating relationship are usually abundant, but people generally don't know what to look for. Around 50% of first marriages end in divorce and 75–80% of men and women who have a failed first marriage will remarry, usually within five years. But 66% of second marriages and 73% of third marriages end in divorce. Many relationships fail when they could be saved but some are beyond repair.

So how do you know when to leave a relationship? What are the signs?

1. You've both become extremely agreeable

2. Your partner doesn't show interest in your life.

3. Cheating.

4 Lack of respect.

5. You’re hiding them from your loved ones.

6. You are blamed for everything.

7. You can't help but be mean to them.

8. They're suddenly spending more time with your family and friends .

9. You're not talking about the future anymore.

10. Unacceptable behavior that were not revealed at the beginning of the relationship.

11. Becoming superficial.

12. Blame and shame rule the relationship.

13. There is no trust.

14. Co- dependency.

15. Love has turned to hate.

16. You're avoiding going home.

17. Your friends and family don’t like them.

18. You’re experiencing constant relationship anxiety.

19. Your gut is telling you something is up.

20. Small Irritations That Grate Over Time.

21. You're no longer doing "your" activities together.

22. One or both of you won't go to therapy.

23. You feel alone even when you're together.

24. You spend more time with your kids than with your partner.

25. Escalating Misunderstandings and Misassumptions.

26. You're turning to someone else to get what you need.

27. Physical and emotional abusive.

28. Betrayals are common.

29. The relationship is making you sick.

30. When something major happens, they're not the first person you tell.

31. They don't kiss you like they mean it.

32. You avoid spending time alone together.

33. Something's up with your sex life.

34. You're only going on group dates.

35. You don't share the same value.

36. You or your partner looks for ways to stay away from the relationship.

37. Your partner never includes you in anything.

38. You always have to repeat yourself.

Remember: Reaching the end of a relationship isn't always a bad thing

Would you rather stay in a unhappy relationship or Break-up?


  1 month ago
I would Stay away Reply


  1 month ago
I rather break up and try find new love Reply


  1 month ago
For some women its tough to decide.Some stay in such relationships and make them work and some dont Reply


  1 month ago
Break up, being happy in a relationship is very important Reply


  1 month ago
Break up, one’s happiness should be a priority Reply


  1 month ago
Tough's better to end it. Reply


  1 month ago
I rather breakup with such a relationship. Reply


  1 month ago
I won't walk away, I would run away eve though it will hurt deeply Reply


  1 month ago
Break up, walk away. Don't look back. Reply


  1 month ago
Walk Away! Reply

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