Sometimes it can be confusing to know when to end a relationship.
Remember, being single is much, much better than being in a relationship for the wrong reasons. I put this blog together to help you achieve some clarity.
Whether you decide to stick it out and make it work or end the relationship, you need to make the best decision for yourself. I am cheering you on every step of the way!
Reflect On Why You’re In The Relationship
Are you in a relationship just because you’re lonely or bored?
If the only reason you’re with your partner is because they help you feel less lonely, that is not a good enough reason to stay with someone.
Also, it’s not fair to your partner to stay with him/her just because they fill a void. If you feel like you’re the best version of yourself and feel unconditional love and support from your partner then you’re off to a good start.
It’s normal to look at other people from time to time, but if you’re imagining what else is out there to the point that it’s coming between you and your partner, it’s time to end it.
If you love flirting with other people or you’re secretly wishing that you could go out with someone else, that it’s time to let go of the relationship and enjoy the single life.
Ask yourself if you’re staying with this person because you fear that you’ll never do this well again.
You think, “I’ve stuck gold. If I walk away I’ll never find someone who loves me this much. I’ll never find someone to commit to me. I better just stay in this relationship.” Try not to think that way, because it’s just not true.
Don’t stay with someone out of fear. You don’t deserve to settle.
There is always someone else out there who can meet your needs. Or, you might feel empowered when you’re single and on your own.
If you’re not satisfied in the relationship that is a sure sign to end it.
Of course you aren’t going to feel happiness in each moment because tension and conflict are natural, but you should have a good feeling most days. If your basic needs are not being met or you’re unfulfilled or unhappy, it’s time to break up with your partner.
Being in the right relationship will bring a sense of happiness, joy and contentment.
If you’re not feeling happy in the relationship, it doesn’t mean the person is a bad person. It just means that you two aren’t compatible. It’s okay to admit that.
I hope this blog helps you decide if you want to stay in the relationship or break up with your partner.
You don’t need to be in a relationship to find fulfillment and joy. Plenty of people love being single and fall in love with their interests, career, cities, friends, etc.
Some romance can be fun, but if there is more pain than gain, then that is a sign that the relationship needs to end.
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