How can you tell if your relationship begins to turn into something that has no solution, and be able to identify the signs that indicate if it is time to start a new path?

Signs that you should end your relationship

Relationships are like gardens, you have to take care of them and pay attention to them. He may give you a dozen roses for your birthday, but does he regularly worry about you? When you stop doing the little things (like taking tea to bed when you are sick), that is a sign that you stopped caring or perhaps that things are not going well at all.

We all do things that upset our loved ones and talking about the problem is the best solution. If your partner bothers you or you feel like they let you down, they should deal with that situation. If you don’t say anything, it will be the same as lowering your arms to the relationship.

You are no longer tolerant of your partner

That little noise he makes when he drinks coffee was one of the things you liked the most when you started dating. Now you can’t stand it anymore. Are you filling up with resentment about something from the past? Don’t deny your feelings or don’t be surprised if you start hating all the things you’ve ever loved.

They stopped making plans to go out together

You used to dream of the life you would put together together. Now she can’t even commit to dinner next week. If they no longer make plans or their plans don’t include you, that may be a good sign that they are distancing themselves from the relationship.

You hide things from your partner

If you tend to hide things from your partner, you should be wondering why you are doing it. Don’t you trust anymore because you don’t think I’m going to understand you? If you start trusting your secrets to someone else, it may be that you no longer feel the same way about your partner.

You distrust him or her

Do you have reason to distrust, has he already cheated on you on some occasion or do you just feel insecure? Lack of trust can undo a relationship. You have to find out why you feel this way. If you have proof that he’s being unfaithful, you’d better split up.

Doesn’t care about family

He enjoys spending the money you earn on the sweat of your brow, but is unable to spend a day with his family. Or perhaps the habit of “borrowing money” has settled in your partner and he already takes your money without warning. You may earn more than your partner, but that does not give you the right to abuse.

Abuses physically and / or psychologically

No one should have to endure physical or emotional abuse from a partner. The person you love should give you security and make you feel safe, not the other way around. If you fall prey to his mood swings, get out of there while you can.

You are depressed

Nobody has a perfect life. If you are depressed, it may be difficult to understand if your relationship has something to do with it. Try to imagine yourself six months from now, being single or with someone else. If that relaxes you or makes you smile, it’s time for you to part ways.

Makes you feel bad in front of others

Does he tend to underestimate or criticize you in front of other people? Your partner must accompany you and support you. If it makes you feel bad or you feel like you had a better self-esteem before you met, you’d better say goodbye before it hurts you more.

They argue a lot

Do you live arguing in the hope that the other will put an end to the relationship? Be an adult and end the relationship before it gets worse.

There are many ups and downs in your relationship.

Traction tends to go up and down in relationships. The stress of work, children, and illness can affect you. If you don’t want to be around, not even to snuggle, it might be time to end the relationship.

You fantasize about being single again

You used to fantasize about your partner. Now imagine what your life would be like if you were single or were with someone else. When you start to take a serious interest in another, it’s time to ask yourself if you really want to continue your relationship.

They love each other with conditions

When you promise to take care of him ‘in love and sickness’ it is difficult to step aside. You may be able to save your relationship, but both of you will have to do your bit. If they can’t, what’s the point of sticking with a marriage in which both of you are unhappy?

It is indifferent to you being bad with your partner

It is not healthy to live arguing, but at least with that they show that there is still some passion left. If you feel indifferent to your partner and do not even bother to argue, it is because you have already ‘unsubscribed’. Now it is important that you outsource it.

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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