When should a relationship be ended?
When is it time to end a relationship? What behaviors are red flags? How do I know its over?
Yes, well asked points, but all can be answered in one just one word... the most important of a relatioship that is TRUST... whenever its breached that will be end for the relationship.
These are some indications of a relationship that should be ended:
1. prone to violence inflicted by one or both
2. infidelity/adultry that won't end, or refusal
to let go of a mistress/girlfriend or boyfriend
3. severe and unrelenting verbal abuse that
causes depression and anxiety
4. a spouse's refusal to agree to intervention or
try to work out severe problems
5. recurrences of STD's
6. discovery of mate's previous secret spouse, although divorced
7. discovery of mate's secret previous spouses who all died mysteriously
8. discovery of mate's lies about wealth, but is determined to bankrupt you
9. discovery that mate has committed bigamy
10. discovery that mate is a pervert (peeping Tom, child molester, bisexual,
"Mate" here means "spouse," "girlfriend," or "boyfriend."
It's over when one or both of you come to realization that you no longer want the same things or agree on strategy as to how to obtain those things for the relationship.
There is no amount of "communication" or "work" that can overcome being with someone who does not want what you want.
When you feel that you've really had enough and/or when you see a different future for yourself. When you know you want something different than what you've got.
Some red flags for me would be every time I am with a person they make me feel irritated. Also when a person only wants to be with me when they want to be and never when I really need them. Jealousy is also another friendship breaker for me.
If you are asking a question like that you already know the answers, you just do not want to face the end of the relationship yet. Play by the rules. Every relationship has rules. Check the inbounds, count the outbounds, every relationship has boundaries. Is there no communication between you two anymore? Is the sex still as good? Have you asked the other person, hey, are you bored? When there is nothing keeping you there it is over. When the communication is ended, it is over. When the boundaries fall apart, it is over. When you are ready to move on it is over. A big red flag is your clothes strewn all over the yard, but I know a lot of couples that do that every once in a while.
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