When do you know when a relationship is over? What are the signs?
When the conversation starts or ends with, "you know I have always cared about you, I hope we still can still be friends."
I think it's over when you realize you don't want the same things. Basically there is no real "right" or "wrong" in relationships. There is only "agree" and "disagree". Ultimately we are all looking for someone who (naturally agrees) with us. Opposites may attract for the short run but it's (like that attracts like) for the long run.
Each of us selects our own friends, lovers, and spouse. We are responsible for our own happiness.! If you go to the store to purchase an apple but buy an onion instead whose fault is that?
Hopefully with experience comes wisdom and we learn to make better choices for ourselves. A relationship is over when you can't see it getting any better 5 years from now than it is today. There is no neutral in relationships. "We're either growing together or growing apart." I discussed this in more detail in an older hub
http://dashingscorpio.hubpages.com/hub/ … owingapart
When either one or both of the people are completely indifferent about the relationship.
Many signs shout that This has to End. I'll give u few:
He/She doesn't call you though they promise.
He/She ignores to catch up with you.
There is no more compatibility between you. eg If you're a gypsy and He/She is a city admirer.
He/She avoids talking the future
He/She is not interested for any close relations. e.g. having sex.
He/She stays late in office or stays more with friends but not you.
When you simply can't stand the same things you once found adorable!
to me it's pretty obvious. in fact it scares me when someone can't figure it out on their own.
Many tell tale signs can be identified towards the ending spiral of a relationship, but common ones that I know of personally and have seen in others are: Affairs, zero communication, no love, no sexual attraction anymore, and no feeling of compassion towards the other person any longer. If you're not willing to have sex, take out the trash, or sit down and have a conversation with the person...it's over.
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