When can you say you had enough in a relationship?
How many chances are you willing to give?
If it is already impossible to work things out, and if a relationship is already unhealthy to the both of you.
Everyone is entitled to have their own "deal breakers". There are no hard fast rules but I'd say when the day arrives where you see that you and your significant no longer are on the same page or have the same goals for the relationship then there really is no point in staying together.
It depends on what we're talking about. If it's cheating there are no second chances. Ever. Same with lying. There's no arguing here. If my man doesn't have the same standard of integrity I have, he's gone. So I guess no second chances. If we're talking about arguments or disagreements, there is always a way to work it out. I don't care what it is (unless it's cheating or lying but there's no chance for an argument there, it's just over), there's a way to work it out if you really love each other.
I give one chance. I figure the person is an adult. A screw-up is different than an evil eff-up. Know what I mean?
by Susannah Birch7 years ago
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by advisor4qb6 years ago
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by Zombie Chick8 years ago
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by mr. daydream7 years ago
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by Lisa4 years ago
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