Full depression, crying, not eating, not sleeping, can’t listen to music, don’t feel like showering, working or doing anything. It happens and it feels like death. Is it how a break up feels like?
And in spite of it all, life moves on.
Breaks ups are hard. None of us would want to see a fairy-tale end. But sometimes, in spite of our relentless attempts to protect them, relationships die!
A lifelong affair certainly requires mutual efforts and patience. You cannot be the only one fighting for both of you to keep things going. No matter how good it is initially, it’s always better to break up when a relationship gets bad.
Many couples decide to part ways after taking love oaths with each other. Let’s move on to discuss the top five common reasons for a break up.
Lust over love
Sure, they want to see you, touch you, spend time with you and get dirty but they do not want to know you! They don’t care about your dreams, desires, hopes and ambitions. They are never emotionally available for you when you need them the most. They don’t look up to the little moments which can cheer you up and only crave for your body. Not you.
Lust doesn’t last a lifetime, love does.
Lust cannot struggle through the tough times, love can.
NOT more than friendship
They are your most favourite person. Eventually, you started dating as you both could babble about things all day long and loved to share every single life detail with each other. But there’s no romance. No feelings of love.
You probably have confused a great companion with a soulmate.
There’s a difference between great chemistry as friends and romance. Many relationships fail and people break up due to the lack of passion between two individuals.
Rarely do relationships rebound from infidelity!
It stems serious trust issues and the motivation to stay together comes to an end. Nobody would want to spend their entire life with somebody they cannot confide in. Unfaithfulness, eventually leads to a break up.
If one of you is possibly wishing for another partner or just want to have fun outside the relationship without contemplating that things can get messy, put it into words in front of your partner before it’s late.
Do. Not. Cheat.
Loss of excitement
Do not remember the last time you both laughed or had a great time together?
Then, you probably are in the wrong relationship. You both are apparently not your best with each other and there is no room for personal growth.
Has weariness started kicking in? Is communication fading away with time?
If you are constantly just trying to make it work, realize that the relationship has run its course. You must TALK-IT-OUT or mutually decide to part ways. Sooner or later, such relationship will break up.
Some damage cannot be undone. Staying in an abusive relationship only deepen your wounds over time. It’s always better to break up.
Nobody has the liberty to abuse their partner whether physically or verbally, no matter how ugly the conflict gets. When someone mistreats their other half, they should not expect them to take it in anyway.
It’s always, always better to leave an abusive relationship and move forward in life.
What was the reason behind your break up? Or do you feel like you’re stuck in a bad relationship and should walk out from it?
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