When is the right moment to give up on your relationship??
Have you ever been with someone and feel that it is you that makes the majority of the effort? Have you ever felt that you give everything for the one you love but don't get much back? Have you ever felt that you are being taken for granted?......Let's face it when we fall in love your life revolves around that person. But on occasions some people start to take you for granted and get comfortable, so this sometimes leaves the other person in the relationship down a lot of the time.
Has this ever happened to you? let me know your thoughts!
I was in a relationship when my ex-boyfriend took me for granted because he thought that anyway we will get married eventually. In just about the same time, I met another guy and I sort of fell out of love with my ex and in love with my next boyfriend (who is now my husband). The right moment for me was when I realized why should I stick with my ex (who is taking me for granted) when there is this other guy who loves me better. Needless to say, I didn't regret my decision to break up with him and move on with my life.
This has happend to me. But, Im kinda wierd. I made up my mind to marry my husband, and I love him unconditionally. That means, even in tough times, I stick with it. that being said, I have been in abusive reltaionships too. There is a difference between the normal ups and downs of a healthy relationship, and being treated like crap, all the time.
people show love and affection in different ways, however we can also show insubordination. you should way up the good and bad points and with the results see if it is worth while continuing in the relationship.
I have had a couple conversations with my boyfriend about appreciation. He always takes them seriously and has changed. I know how difficult it must be to be putting in so much, using so much of yourself and feeling that the other person could care less. In my opinion it is time to get out when there is no progress. Not even a hint of him/her taking what you say seriously.
I totally agree with that. I was in a relationship where towards the end I didn't answer his calls, made excuses not to see him. I just didn't want to be in the relationship anymore. And he didn't deserve that, he was and still is a great guy. It was definitely time to end it. I agree about how to break up as well. We didn't have a bad break up. Although we aren't "friends" I have no bad feelings towards him and vice versa.
I don't mean 'in love', I mean love, the kind that abides. You can get through any problem no matter how stressful if there is love, but if that basic component has evaporated it's not fair to either person to keep dragging the relationship around like a dead cat.
I would have to say when you hear him on the phone whispering.... so you..sneak a little closer...your insticts are peaking...sweat begins to appear on your brow....just close enough to hear him say,"I love you too Cecil."
Awww you know that saying, "A womans work is never done". It may be late but the taste is just as fine..Toast is the best bet as I can't risk that damn smoke alarm going off again when I made those hot-cakes.
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