16 Signs That a Relationship Is Likely to End


16 Signs That a Relationship Is Likely to End


There are many ways to know that your relationship isn’t heading in the right direction, but there are a few key signs that will signal an end to your romantic union. Here are 16 such signs that you should be on the lookout for if you want to be sure that your relationship will not lead to anything long-lasting or meaningful in the future.


1) You're no longer attracted to your partner

It's hard to admit when this happens, but it's important. If you're no longer attracted to your partner, that means something is wrong. There are many reasons why this might happen, and I'm not here to tell you why it's happening or what you should do about it. But I am here for the sake of honesty and self-awareness: if you're no longer attracted to your partner, then there's a good chance the relationship won't last much longer.


2) You don't have fun together anymore

It's normal for couples to take each other for granted at some point in their relationship, but if you notice that you don't have fun together anymore, this is the time to speak up. If you're not feeling the same level of excitement and desire as before or it seems like your partner is trying harder than you are, then maybe it's time for one or both of you to move on. It can be difficult when people make themselves vulnerable by being in a relationship with someone else and then they start feeling neglected. If your partner doesn't want anything more than sex with you, it may be time to call it quits.


3) You don't communicate as much as you used to

One of the most common signs that a relationship is likely to end is when you don't communicate as much as you used to. Whether it's at work or with your significant other, we all need someone who we can talk openly and honestly with. When we stop talking about the things that matter most, it can signal that something is off and the relationship may be headed for an end. In order for relationships to thrive, two people need to put in an equal amount of time and energy into them. If one person starts pulling away, then it might be time for both people in the relationship to start looking elsewhere.


4) You're always arguing

You're always arguing is one of the top signs that there's trouble in paradise. Arguments are inevitable and natural in any relationship, but when they're happening on a daily basis, it can be a sign that there's something more serious going on. Couples who argue constantly often have fundamental differences in opinion about how the relationship should work or what should happen next. This constant fighting can lead to anger and resentment which then leads to more arguments and hurt feelings. All this back-and-forth can make it difficult for you both to find common ground, so it's time for some tough love and to look at what you're doing wrong.


5) You're not interested in sex anymore

If you're not interested in sex anymore, it may be time to end the relationship. One of the many signs that a relationship is likely to end is when one or both partners are no longer interested in sex. Sex isn't everything in a relationship, but it's something important for many couples. If you're no longer interested in having sex with your partner, it might be time for you to move on and find someone else who does want to have sex with you.


6) You don't spend as much time together as you used to

It's natural for relationships to evolve and change over time, but when your partner has less interest in spending time with you than they used to, it can be heartbreaking. While you may want things to get back to how they were before, this behavior could be a sign that the relationship is on its last legs. Here are some other signs that may indicate your relationship is nearing its end:

  1. -        You don't share the same interests anymore.
  2. -        You're not as happy as you used to be when you're together.
  3. -        You're not attracted anymore (or they've lost interest).


7) You have different interests

You have different interests. The only thing you two ever seem to do together is argue. You're not even sure why you're together anymore, but you can't find the courage to break up with him yet. You want your relationship to work out, but it seems like he's just not into it anymore. If you still feel that way after talking about it and trying other things, then this is probably the sign that your relationship is likely to end soon.


8) You don't support each other anymore

One of the first signs that a relationship is likely to end is when you and your partner start hanging out less and less. If you're in high school, this may mean choosing other friends over your significant other. If you're in college, this may mean not spending as much time together at school or on the weekends. As you grow older, this may mean avoiding each other completely during the weekdays or only meeting up on Friday nights for dinner. The relationship can't be saved if neither person values it anymore.


9) You're always critiquing each other

When you were first starting out in your relationship, you felt like you couldn't get enough of each other and all the time that you spent together felt so special. Somewhere along the way, though, the feeling of connection starts to fade and it feels more like work than anything else. You don't feel as connected as you used to and it doesn't feel like a priority anymore. If this sounds familiar, then there's a good chance that your relationship is nearing its end.


10) You're not as patient with each other as you used to be

It can be difficult to tell if your relationship is in trouble. You might have different interests or you may have less in common than you used to. You might also feel like you don't feel as connected as you once did with your partner. If any of these are true, it's possible that the relationship is coming to an end. The following are some other signs that may indicate a romantic relationship is likely to end:

·        -You find yourself avoiding your partner more and more

·        -You're spending time with other people instead of your significant other -The thought of being intimate with your partner makes you feel gross and nauseous

·        -You've been called out for cheating, but deny it

·        -Your partner has been called out for cheating, but denies it too -You often argue about things from the past that never got resolved 

·        -One of you lost interest in the other ()()

·        -You spend more time outside of the home than together ()()

·        -The romance is gone ()()

·        -There are many secrets between you (;)()

·        -There's no longer trust (;)())


11) You don't feel as connected as you used to

It's so easy in the beginning of a relationship when you're head over heels in love. You spend all your time together, and it feels like you can't imagine your life without them. But as time goes on, sometimes we get too busy with work or other things in our lives that we don't make time for our significant other. And if one person starts feeling neglected or unimportant, they might start to wonder if the relationship is going somewhere serious.


12) You don't trust each other anymore

  •      You don't trust each other anymore.
  •      You're no longer happy with your partner.
  •      You've grown apart and become different people.
  •     Neither of you are on the same page about the future and how you want things to be from now on.
  •  There's infidelity involved in the relationship, which is usually when things start going downhill fast.


13) You're always jealous

You'll always feel jealous of your partner if you're not happy with the relationship as a whole. It's hard to be content when you're constantly feeling left out or like you don't matter. If you want your relationship to work, it's important that both people in the relationship are content.

While jealousy is often considered an indicator of how much someone cares about the other person, it can also be seen as an indication of how much they themselves are lacking in some way. It's worth examining why one person feels so threatened by another and figuring out what they need in order to feel more secure with their own worth before taking on this type of problem with someone else.


14) You're always comparing your relationship to others

Relationships are hard. But if you find yourself always comparing your relationship to others, this could be a sign that you're not happy with it. You might also see these signs in other areas of your life too, like career or friendships. Here are some signs that you're likely to end your relationship soon:

1)     You spend more time thinking about what it would be like if the two of you were together than actually being together.

2)     You rarely feel excited about seeing them anymore and don't enjoy their company like you used to.

3)     They make you feel bad about yourself, or they put down the things that matter most to you, including your friends and family.


15) You're not happy

This is one of those moments when you see the writing on the wall. You're not happy and there's nothing that can change that. It may seem cruel, but it's actually kinder in the long run to end things now than let them drag on for months or years more. If you care about your partner, you owe it to both of you to say something about how unhappy you are and how much this is affecting both of your lives.


16) You're thinking about ending the relationship

I don't know if I should end the relationship or not. It's just, I don't feel like we're on the same page anymore. We've been together for so long and I just can't feel that spark anymore. But then again, he's given me so much already. I'm not even sure what would happen if we broke up. Honestly, it doesn't seem worth the risk.

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