How do you know when it is time to end a relationship rather than stick it out a

  1. DanaTeresa profile image80
    DanaTeresaposted 6 years ago

    How do you know when it is time to end a relationship rather than stick it out and make it work?

    Soemtimes it is clear, to one party or both, that a realtionship must come to an end. what happens when you are stuck in a grey area? There is nothing seriously wrong, yet things aren't quite right? Do you call it quits or do you work to save it?

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    babithababaposted 6 years ago

    At this juncture , I would suggest two options -

    One , (this applies only if you believe in God ) just hand over the issue to the Lord . Ask HIm to give an answer  . Means Your Soul , alongwith the Supersoul  will answer the question in a way that you will properly understand .

    Two , (this applies to anybody ) just leave the other person (if with permission very good , even without permission take leave ) for at least  3 months . I mean no contact at all . No meetings , no calls , nothing . You just live as if that person were dead . Then come back to an answer . That is , did you miss him seriously ? Did you think you were happier without that person ? Were you crying almost all days for him ? About him ? If your answer is yes for the last 2  questions , then go back and start living afresh with him , because you have to settle scores with him still. And I think you got an answer .

  3. dashingscorpio profile image87
    dashingscorpioposted 6 years ago

    Unfortunately we live in an era where a lot of people feel the only legit reason for ending a relationship is because someone cheated or abused another. The truth is life is a "personal journey". You get to set up your own "deal breakers". I can't think of any reason why someone would want to stay in a relationship where they are unhappy. If it doesn't "feel right" then it's probably "not right' for you. Relationships are by (choice). Only you can know if you still (want) to be with someone. You are responsible for your own happiness!

    The statement "relationships require a lot of work" has kept more couples in bad relationships longer than they should have been. Relationship work actually should be a "labor of love". By that I mean both people (agreeing) on a strategy to improve things because they (want) to be together. If either has to change their (core being) in order to make things "work" then they aren't right for one another. Everyone wants to be loved and accepted for who they are. A breakup or divorce is nothing more than one or both people coming to the conclusion that their union was a mistake or they'd be happier with other people who (naturally agree) with them.


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