5 reasons your relationship is coming to a sad end


Relationships are not always merry, it
also goes through a rough patch that
determines whether you and your
partner will make it or split. It’s
always advisable to try everything
before calling it quits despite you
thinking letting go is the best way.
Often times couples find themselves
within a vicious cycle that eventually
tear them apart. In order to break
from the cycle, you need to
understand the reasons your
relationship is not working out. Only
then can you decide whether you want
to work things out or whether you
should just let go. There are many
different reasons why your
relationship might not be going as
planned, but the following five are the
most common reasons for relationship
1. Picking faults
Lastly, too often we tend to pick faults
in our partner. It might be well
gestured, but expecting someone to
change everything about themselves
makes them feel like they are unloved
and even unwanted. Both partners
need to be a little tolerant and
forgiving when it comes to each
other’s mistakes, and they should let
go instead of harboring their feelings.
If you’re both constantly playing the
blame game, then it’s unlikely you’ll
be able to break away from the
vicious cycles that is tearing your
relationship apart.
2. Too much time
If you’re spending every waking
moment with each other, then get
ready for some serious problems. It’s
natural that when we all need time for
ourselves. While you or your partner
might love spending time with each
other, if both of you are scheduling
time away from each other, your
relationship might be suffering.
3. Jealousy
Too often one person in a relationship
might start going a little green.
Jealousy can be related to someone
else or even your own partner. While
this normally occurs because that
person might be feeling distant,
insecure and threatened, it can have
disastrous effects on a relationship.
The best way to deal with is to
increase security in terms of your
relationship and within one’s own

4. Not enough time
If one of you is always out doing your
own thing, then it becomes hard to
feel close and connect. And that leads
to one or both of you feeling unloved.
While many times you may feel like
you just don’t have enough time to
give your partner but you should
always try to take out time for your
partner or at least give them the
attention they deserve once you are
with them.

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5. Selfishness
Being in a relationship means
thinking about and taking care of
someone other than yourself.
Additionally it means acting selflessly
without expecting return. Selfishness
drives couples apart like nothing else.
Both partners need to be
compromising and understanding in
order to make the relationship
Remember that managing a
relationship is a two way effort, both
of you need to make a conscious effort
to make it work. Starting a
relationship is easy, maintaining it is
a whole different ball game. Try to
find out which of these 5 reasons are
threatening the survival of your
relationship and create a battle plan
on how you want to handle the

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