When To Know It Is Time To Leave Your Relationship

It can be difficult to know when it’s time to leave a relationship. After all, we often invest a lot of time and energy into our relationships and we don’t want to give up on something that we’ve invested so much in. However, there are some signs that it may be time to move on.

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  1. When you two start talking less and arguing more. Conversations become boring, sad, and serious and you feel like you both don’t share a laugh anymore.
  2. When you feel like you have to beg them for their time, attention, and communication.
  3. When your absence doesn’t bother them and your presence frustrates them.
  4. When you think you’re losing your self-respect. (Don’t confuse ego for self-respect)
  5. When the other person continuously repeats things like “you deserve better”. (I understand sometimes they want to hear cute responses to that but there’s a limit.)
  6. When you two start hurting each other without any logic whatsoever.
  7. When you are not the first person to be on your partner’s mind. (Exclude parents.)
  8. When your partner isn’t completely over their past and isn’t even willing to get over it.
  9. When you treat them like your priority but you are just another option to them.
  10. When your partner starts disrespecting you when they are in a good state of mind while hanging out with others. (It’s okay if you come to me when you’re feeling low and it’s fine if you don’t include me in your happiness but at least don’t disrespect me when you’re happy while hanging out with others and I show concern like I always do)
  11. When you both made mistakes and you both decided to move on and forget them but your partner keeps pointing out your mistakes from time to time.
  12. When your partner isn’t sure about wanting you in their life. They neither say it nor do their actions show it.
  13. When your partner’s actions start contradicting their words. Please don’t ignore this. This is the biggest red flag.
  14. When your partner starts making you feel unwanted and starts pushing you away.
  15. When your partner doesn’t listen to what you feel and starts lecturing you about everything and won’t let you complete.
  16. When they start to make you question your importance, your place in their life.
  17. When you think you both would be a lot happier without being together.
  18. Life goals don’t align (marriage, kids, financial goals, values, etc.)
  19. Partner checks out (no longer invested, acts disinterested, etc.)
  20. Any kind of cheating (whether full-on or micro-cheating online)
  21. Abuse of any kind (physical or emotional)
  22. The relationship isn’t going anywhere (no talk of future, living together, marriage, etc.)
  23. Doesn’t seem to involve you in their family and friends.
  24. Brings out the worst in you rather than the best
  25. Disrespects you (demeaning comments, flirts with others, etc.)
  26. Control issues (jealousy, keeping you from friends/family, etc.)
  27. Your gut/instinct tells you they aren’t the one (can’t force love, don’t even try)

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