Hello Ladies, Many of your Relationships are going “haywire” but You are still trying to figure out how to get back into it, How to settle the disputes and how to spice it all up more. It’s never easy to tell if your relationship is at a dead-end. Here we give you the answers to that burning question: Should I break up with my boyfriend?
Should I break up with my boyfriend?
To give you some perspective, here are all the signs you need to know if it’s time to throw in the towel and break up with your boyfriend to move on to greener pastures—and maybe even find your happily-ever-after just around the next bend.
#1 Your lives are going in different directions. You get into a serious relationship with the hopes that you and your boyfriend are building a future together. However, when you realize that your idea of a “future” is different from that of your partner’s, then you will end up just holding each other back. Your priorities are different, your visions are different, and in this case, love isn’t enough to make the relationship work for the long haul.
#2 You are not yourself. You may not notice this at first, but most likely, everyone close to you has. Each time you’re together with your partner, you’re a totally different person. You lose your vitality, you look stressed, or you’re like a dog with its tail between its legs. It could just be a subtle shift in your voice or the way you look a little pained when you’re around your partner, but the difference is there. If this is the case, you’re better off without your guy.
#3 You feel like you’re just going through the motions. So you’re going out on dates, kissing each other before you head off for work, have sex… but at the end of the day, you just feel like a drone. You’re not really living in the relationship. Once you become this robot going through the motions of the day-to-day relationship, then it’s time to reconsider if this is truly what you want.
#4 You fight wrong. Again, there’s a healthy way to fight and an unhealthy way to fight. When you keep throwing dirt *aka the past* at each other every time you fight, there’s something wrong. If either of you threatens to cheat every time you fight, that’s also terribly unhealthy. And what’s even worse: if one of you really does cheat on the other during a fight. This time, make-up sex will not cut it. You deserve better.
#5 You’ve completely lost trust. When you find yourself suspicious and jealous all the time, then that’s a huge red flag that your relationship is going downhill. It’s one thing to have some healthy jealousy, but it’s another thing to be betrayed by your partner. Whether you’re just chronically jealous or your partner is really acting shady, both of these are reasons for taking a closer look at where the relationship is really going.
#6 You wonder what else is out there. It’s normal to wonder what is out there from time to time, especially when you’re in a long-term relationship. However, if you find yourself always dreaming about meeting someone who is more successful, more sensitive, more reliable, or whatever else, then you might want to think about where the holes are in your relationship and whether or not they are patch-able.
#7 You are not sexually satisfied. Remember when you first started dating and you couldn’t get your hands off each other? Where is that now? If you find yourself asking this question very often in your relationship, then you have to admit that somewhere along the way, the sex started to suck. In fact, you’re lucky if you have sex once a month. Sexual satisfaction is incredibly important in a relationship, and if it goes sour, then it can be one reason to just bite the bullet.
#8 Sex is the only good thing in your relationship. If you fight all the time or are not really emotionally connected, but the sex is good, there’s really no point in having a relationship. While this is a great setup if you’re simply after sex and physical attraction, you can’t expect it to last for the long haul.
#9 You’re banking on your partner to change. Relationships are an investment of your time, energy, and emotions. So if you’re holding out for your partner to change so your relationship will get better, then it’s like you’re just waiting for a bad investment to miraculously appreciate. Well, it’s time to rethink your options and cut your losses before it’s too late.
#10 One of you is still hung-up on an ex. Whether it’s your ex or his *or maybe one of you is still hung-up on and jealous of the other’s ex*, then what’s the point of being in your here-and-now relationship? It’s like you have an imaginary third wheel present between you all the time, a dark cloud looming over and dooming your relationship. You both deserve better than that.