We all hate breakups. But when someone has been in a relationship for a while, sometimes one or both partners start questioning whether this relationship is better for them and if they are meant for each other. Some men and women realize that they aren’t happy in their relationship, and may think of ending it, but aren’t sure if it’s the right decision.
Luckily, some indications point that the relationship will be troubling in the future. Read on to find out:
1. Your partner’s emotional health isn’t great. Great emotional health is the key to a successful, long-lasting relationship. If you find that your spouse is paranoid, overly defensive, self-absorbed, self-obsessed, gets angry quickly, depressed, or has anything else that shows that he or she has emotional health deficit, it may be for the best for both of you to end the relationship.
2. Your religious and spiritual values differ. If you’re an ardently religious or spiritual person, and your partner isn't, or has no interest in your religious or spiritual matters, then you two are divided by a barrier. The same can be said when you and your spouse have vastly different views, values, and opinions about various matters. You and your spouse may have divergent views on values like compassion toward the poor, honesty, generosity, animal rights, etc. When this happens, you may experience immense disappointment, frustration and conflict is inevitable. So, it's better you move on from this relationship before things get out of control.
3. Your partner has questionable character. If your partner isn’t steadfast on qualities like honesty, trustworthiness, integrity, reliability, loyalty, and responsibility, then it demonstrates that he or she doesn’t possess a strong character.
4. You can’t resolve conflicts and arguments. If two people in an exclusive relationship can’t settle their arguments and disputes efficiently and respectfully, there is a chance that this relationship will not last. Relationships get dismissed when fights and conflicts show up regularly, and even worse if they don’t get resolved.
5. You can’t communicate at a deep level. Communication is the key to a successful relationship and marriage. Intimate communication between you and your partner is required to share each others deepest feelings, desires, dreams, insecurities, thoughts, and fears. If you and your partner find it tough to have a heartfelt conversation, you’ll face problems in your relationship in the future. Besides, if you and your partner face difficulty in expressing who you really are, the relationship will most likely fail to reach its full potential.
6. You and your partner’s interests don’t complement each other. When you realize that you and your partner have little to no interests in each other’s hobbies and activities, it’s easy to say that your relationship won’t last very long. When looking for a partner, find someone who shares two or three of your interests, in case you have five or six interests and things you like to do and enjoy. The more matches, the stronger and long-lasting your relationship will be.
Ending a relationship is one of the hardest things to do. If you’re in a relationship, we hope that you haven’t found any of the listed deal breakers. And if you’ve found some of them, have a deep conversation with your partner about it before you make a final decision. If that doesn’t work, read out this informative tips on approaching girls for the first time before you start a new relationship.