A relationship between two people is one of the most important parts of human life. When we meet someone who conquers our heart and awakens the desire to spend the future with him, suddenly everything around us begins to look better and more beautiful. Although initially love is associated only with pleasant sensations and positive feelings, then we have to face more difficult moments that seem to be a serious exam for the relationship. Unfortunately, many relationships have no future offering us painful disappointments…
1. Not comfortable
Let’s be honest: after spending enough time in your company, each one of you is able to decide if you want (or should) remain by your side. Sometimes, common sense is overshadowed by comfort and custom; Many people prefer to ignore the truth instead of making radical decisions and changing their lives. While no separation is pleasant, it is really worth taking the risk. At the end of the day, it’s better to be alone than angry and frustrated…
2. Lack of trust
Trust is one of the fundamental elements of happy and lasting relationships. Therefore, if your relationship permanently lacks this element, it’s just a matter of time that it finally ends. The worst thing is to feel that you actually don’t know that much about his life and problems. In this case, it is crucial to discuss this thing but when it doesn’t help, maybe it’s time to separate.
3. Efforts by one part
Long-term relationships should be built and maintained with efforts of both parts. If your partner does not show any intention to work with you and does not try to do his best to make everything work well for you, staying with this person is a waste of time. It is impossible and insane to try hard and put lots of effort and never receive anything in return. Remember that “It takes two to tango”.
4. Different perspectives for the future
If at any moment any one of you two realizes that the plans you make for the future do not concern both of you, there is something wrong with your relationship… When relationships become serious, you need to discuss important issues and all this is impossible because everyone wants and expects different things. Maybe you should think about the breakup? Honestly, it is difficult to reach a consensus knowing that one dreams of getting married and having children, while the other plans to spend 5 years traveling around the world.
5. Unfulfilled expectations
This is life: every human being has its own needs and expectations (emotional, physical and material). It is always worth satisfying them and doing your best to have a loving, fulfilled relationship. However, some people are sometimes too demanding and bossy so in the end, one of the partners feels more frustrated than happy. In this case, it definitely does not make sense to stay together.
There is no rose without spines! Although every relationship has to go through some difficult times, the most important thing is the way you two deal with those times and obstacles you face. In case of not knowing how to find a compromise, the solution is clear and simple. Remember that you shouldn’t turn your back on your partner, you need to be understanding and supportive. If arguments seem to be never-ending routine then apparently your relationship has no future…
7. Lack of acceptance
Do you often try to change something in your partner? Does he do the same? Are there aspects of his personality or physical traits that you cannot bear? Then, it may be worthwhile to engage in a serious conversation about your future. Although while being in a relationship everyone is willing to change a little, personality cannot be transformed. If you feel that you have to make an effort to deserve his acceptance, it is probably because you are not made for each other.
8. No shared passions
What do you usually talk about? Weather? Dinner? How to paint your room? If you have not much in common then you won’t have many topics to talk about. You are probably very bored and sleepy when you meet together. Is it true? How long are you going to pretend that you have an interesting relationship? You can try to fix it by finding some passions that you will share. But if one of the partners is not willing to do it then don’t expect a long-term relationship.
You don’t want to meet together as often as before. That’s why you have become a real lier! When he suggests going somewhere you always make some excuse so that you could spend time with your friends or alone. Or when you feel like inviting him to some concert, event or just to the cinema, he is always sleepy/busy/tired/ill! Maybe it’s not worth continuing such a relationship? What’s the point?