Know why is your relationship falling apart.

“Is it Over? How to Know When Your Relationship is Falling Apart”

Are you two ignoring each other, or are you not going out on dates often? Is he or she the one for you? umm, maybe not, if this is your answer then you need to know if your relationship is falling apart or not.

Initially, relationships are beautiful to experience whereas with time, they become dissonant. Unfortunately, no astrologer can tell you whether your relationship will sustain or not, not even you.

I was quite certain that the one guy I was seeing was the one when I first started dating. I was madly in love with him and ignored all his red flags. We planned our future together but after some time I caught him red-handed cheating on me with my own best friend. I was devasted.

Even though I found it challenging, I didn’t flunk. Think of the other side, relationship conflicts as potential growth catalysts. I know it is the worst feeling of losing someone you love but you have to find a way out, sweetie.

According to research, breaking a committed relationship is the same as losing someone you love. The individual experiences the same stages of grief as someone who has lost someone to death.

In the early phases of a breakup, you can find yourself thinking constantly about your ex-partner, feeling disappointed, grieved, and like a failure. Depending on how much time you spend each day, it could also have an impact on your routine for a few days or weeks. Taking care of your mental health at this
point is very important as it can trigger prolonged and severe emotional distress.

Here are 10 signs to know if your relationship is falling apart:

YOU GET NO AFFECTION

couple showing affection and their relationship is not falling apart

When was the last time you had chocolates or flowers from someone special? Maybe a long time ago, I think it’s time to give it a tick. It is a red sign if your affection was in the past tense. I “used to cuddle, I used to kiss or I used to get intimate with my partner, not now. The usage of the adverb “used to” implies that you no longer value your relationship and do not show affection towards each other. You will soon become roommates if there is no physical contact, no emotional ties, and no love. No matter how long you’ve been together, a healthy relationship is characterized by affection and love that never fades away.

NO WORDS OF ENDEARMENT

no words of endearment in relationship falling apart

After the honeymoon stage of your relationship is over, you have not heard your loved name from him or her? “Honey”, “sweetheart”, “darling” is occasionally used by them only when they are in public. They call you by your real name which is very offensive to hear from your loved one, trust me. The way your partner addresses you says a lot about your relationship and their intentions towards you.

YOU CANNOT SHARE YOUR HEART OUT

no communication in relationship falling apart

Every time you share something, you don’t feel that you are heard. You feel like you are judged and something is stopping you from sharing your things. Talking with each other should feel like you both are connected, safe and trustworthy, that person should feel a home not ill at ease.

YOU FEEL LONELY WHEN WHEN YOU ARE TOGETHER

you feel alone  in relationship falling apart

Even when you are together, something is still missing maybe your love. Whenever you plan a date night or a day out he always cancels the plans at the last minute saying he is busy or he says doesn’t feel like going. He never appreciates you and always takes you for granted.

HE IS HAMPERING YOUR PERSONAL GROWTH

personal growth is hampered  in relationship falling apart

Every couple who plans their future together always motivates each other toward their collective and personal growth. If he does respect your boundaries, your goals, and your ambitions, I am afraid to say that he is not the one. He puts his work and time first while disregarding yours. He never encourages you to follow your decisions; instead, he continuously criticizes them. In contrast, a healthy relationship involves your partner supporting you through your highs and lows and helping you to reach your goals.

YOU OR YOUR PARTNER NO LONGER MAKE EFFORTS TO MAKE THINGS BETTER

no efforts to make things good  in relationship falling apart

The moment you’re no longer willing to bend for each other, the relationship is essentially already over. You are expecting your partner to make things better, similarly, your partner from you, and things remain unchanged. You both keep giving excuses to each other about why your relationship is falling apart, but neither of you tries to a build bridge over your problems. You can plan date nights or candle night dinners to revive your love back.

YOUR ARGUMENTS BECOMES TOXIC

arguments are toxic  in relationship falling apart

It’s better if I don’t speak to him because every time I say something he is always on my head. Is this your thought? you need a break. Arguments are very normal in a relationship and you may need a pause in the middle, it is alright. Arguments become toxic when it includes disrespect, yelling, and demeaning. Consequently, you don’t feel like conversing with one another and would rather keep quiet. Moreover, silence keeps a heavy toll on a relationship.

YOUR PARTNER IS CONSISTENTLY CHECKING ON YOU BECAUSE HE DOESN’T TRUST YOU

couple does not trust each other  in relationship falling apart

He constantly inquires about your whereabouts and who you are with. Asking your partner is OK, but the frequency has varied over time. Who are your followers or the people you follow and he stalks you on
Instagram? This is not over-possessiveness but insecurity. He constantly keeps an eye on you because he doesn’t trust you. But trust me, you have nothing to lose if you don’t have trust because trust is the most
important thing in a relationship.

WHEN HE STARTS KEEPING SECRETS FROM YOU

keeping secrets  in relationship falling apart

Whenever you ask about his phone, he always ignores you. He doesn’t talk to you casually but only talks when he has to get something from you. Even if you got to know something from his friends, he starts consoling you but never speaks the truth. A man with lies and secrets is the biggest red flag. Moreover, he starts blaming you for all the problems in the relationship. However, in a healthy relationship secrets do not exist.

YOU HAVE COMPROMISED SO MUCH

girl compromised  in relationship falling apart

He always makes you feel rejected and ignored. you have sacrificed so much for him even your self-respect and you are left with nothing. You have given him enough time to mend his ways, but he hasn’t. It’s time to get out of a toxic relationship, it’s time to find your inner tranquility, and develop your spirituality.

If you want to fix your falling relationship you need to prioritize your partner first. Start from scratch. Go on romantic adventurous dates, movie nights, or do anything you like want. Initiate a new relationship with fresh aspirations and affection, just like you did when you were dating.

However, if you had a lot of toxicity in your relationship and neither you nor your partner is bothered about putting effort and making things better, it’s a sign to move on and find someone else who treats you as a priority.

So it is your choice whether you have to spark to put it back or walk out of a falling relationship.
It’s all up to you.

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