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Love Advice | Signs Your Romantic Relationship Is In A Dead End
Change, as they say, is the only constant thing in the world. As unnerving as it is to think about, change - whether for better or for worse - is something that you’ll have to factor in when getting into a relationship.
To experience the best love possible, you, your partner and the relationship must be ready to grow, break out of the mold to become better, and adapt — all while keeping the attraction and dedication steady and strong.
But what happens when, in a relationship, things change — and not for the better? When the love goes downhill, skids and abruptly becomes stagnant? Is this the end or must all relationships go through a plateau before it becomes satisfying again?
In this list, we will show you the signs that your romantic relationship has reached the last stage — the bitter end.
- You are unhappy, and it’s not just a temporary thing. You feel unfulfilled with your partner and that once joyful connection with them is just not there anymore.
Although being in a relationship doesn’t mean it’s all highs and happy days, it is important to take note that if their presence at the end of the day doesn’t bring you a smile, you may need to reevaluate staying with them.
- Being together is boring. You may be years into the relationship but that doesn’t mean things are allowed to remain the same and unexciting. When the pleasure you get from the connection has turned you apathetic and indifferent, it is a sure indicator that the relationship has to end — for your and their sake.
- You would rather be with others and not with your partner because being alone together has become a chore rather than a happy choice. You have nothing else to talk about or do, or trying anything feels more of a burden than an exciting opportunity to bond.
- They are your only option. You are thinking about the future and how there might be no other person to settle down with, or you are afraid to waste the years you spent together.
One of the keys to a successful relationship is expanding yourself and not shrinking for someone who doesn’t want to grow. Settling for the sake of not starting out again is obviously a sign that your relationship is not healthy, and you must get out as soon as possible
- Respect must be one of the bases of a relationship. However, if there are differences that just can’t be reconciled between you and your partner, such as major life choices, it’s time to think if your relationship is for the long run. Remember, neither you nor your partner should have to sacrifice values and priorities for the sake of a connection that isn’t even aligned.
- You wanting someone else< is a top indicator that your relationship should end here. You are no longer fully committed to your partner and possibly prioritizing someone else. Pining for someone else at this point is hurtful and disrespectful, and before everything explodes in your face, end it now.
Being in a romantic relationship is supposed to be fun and exciting, but when things are turning southward and there is no more joy with one another, maybe it’s time to let that love go.
Letting go of something that is holding you or your partner back from being genuinely happy is not a sign of weakness or selfishness. In fact, it’s the other way around. When the situation calls for it, sometimes, the bravest and most selfless thing to do is simply to let go.