What kills a relationship?
Is it nagging, or being clingy, or over-reliance on sex, lack of sex, etc...
Lack of investing in the relationship. I don't mean money but simply lack of doing things that will keep the relationship healthy. If you don't show that you care about the other person then the relationship will die quickly.
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nagging, yelling, no sex, not seeing each other, not talking to them etc
OK so it seems that the consensus is lack of trust, romance/sex and not putting effort into the relationship are the unhelpful factors.
@Simeon...lol thanks I thought that pic matched the theme very well but this one does too.
when you start doubting each other and looking each others negative qualities.
I think temptations and addictions kill a relationship. There are also other key things but it always seems to be some kind of variation of the two.
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