It’s pretty straight forward that breaking up with someone you like and been in a relationship with, is one of the hardest things to do. Besides, coping and moving on after a breakup is extremely difficult, and for some men and women, it can be so devastating that they never get over it. It could makes someone abandon dating altogether and accept the fact that they will be alone for the rest of their lives. But sometimes breaking up with someone becomes inevitable and may be the right thing to do.
Here are 8 top reasons to break up with your partner:
1. You start to realize that the relationship has no future. After dating for some time, you notice that the relationship has already run its course, and ending it will be for the better optionfor both of you.
2. There is no love left in the relationship. You realize that the relationship ran out of love and excitement, and there is no chance this relationship will result in a marriage or long term commitment. You even may start regretting not ending the relationship earlier. Anyway, it’s still not too late. Don’t cling to it any longer.
3. You’ve been physically, mentally and emotionally abused in the relationship. Some damages don't heal, and it will only get even worse if you stay in an abusive relationship. So, get out and move on.
4. You partner has cheated on you in the relationship. Relationships hardly get better after a cheating scandal. So, let him or her go. Besides, you may not feel attracted to your partner any longer. If you feel like you've lost interest, take the high road and end the relationship.
5. Your family, your friends and all the people you know are disapproving your relationship. Your friends and family are the most supportive and trustworthy to you. If they dislike your partner, they may see something you don't.
6. Your values, opinions, and interests don’t align with each other. It’s fine if you have a few different values, opinions and interests, but if there is little or none, your relationship will have problems. Also, if you see that you and your spouse don’t agree on things like family and finances, it’s okay to end things nicely and find someone new who has similar interests and priorities.
7. The relationship doesn’t bring out the best of each other. You don’t feel good about yourself when you’re with your partner. You feel uncomfortable about the relationship. The relationship isn’t making you grow personally. Your intuition also tells you that the relationship is unhealthy. If that the case, end it quickly.
8. You’re unhappy to be in the relationship. We understand that every relationship has its ups and downs. But, you may find yourself always depressed and frustrated about being the relationship. You can’t recall the last time you felt happy or had a good time with your significant other.
If most of the points covered above are the current state of your relationship, then maybe it’s time to leave this relationship. Find someone new and be in a relationship where you can be happy and fulfilled.