10 signs you should leave the relationship

07 January 2013

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We women are physically wired for commitment, mate, bond and reproduction.  Don't you think so? Every guy you date or physically attracted to, you may have thoughts of how life would be like if you could spend the rest of your life with him or how "YOUR" children would look like.

We can't help it! That's the way nature programmed us.  

But it would definitely make life much easier if the MALE has to fight to win our attention instead... just like in the animal kingdom. That would surely save us buckets and buckets of tears.  Unfortunately, the human race doesn't work this way since we are rich in emotions.

Sometimes you may even have an inner knowing that he's going to break your heart but you go ahead anyway.... You know that the relationship is coming to an end but you refuse to admit or see what's happening. WHY?

Why do you want to put yourself through this heartache? Do you think you deserve it?

Women tend to hold on to their dysfunctional relationships for various reasons even though they know it's not for their highest good:
  • fear of being alone.
  • fear of not being to be in another relationship.
  • lose face.
  • if the let go of the relationship, they are left with nothing
  • secretly enjoying the drama.
Whatever the reason may be, it's not healthy to hold on hold to any dysfunctional relationship.

If it hurts, it ain't love and if you are with your true love, it shouldn't be filled with heartaches. It would be an easy relationship. So if you are not having an easy time then perhaps you need to walk away.

1. Your partner says he loves you but makes fun of you.

2. He calls you every minute to ask you where are you, checks your phone and emails.

3. He doesn't allow you to hang out with your friends and family.

4. You are constantly fighting with one another for no reason.

5. He's physically and emotionally hurting you.

6. You're compromising / self sacrificing your dreams and goals.

7. Not looking forward to spending time together.

8. You no longer see him in the future and fantasizing to be with someone else.

9. No more sex.

10. Making excuses to justify your partner's bad behavior.

If you're spotting any signs then its a clear sign your relationship is in the red and calling out for your attention.

No one should make you feel bad about yourself. If you're struggling to survive in your relationship, it's time to take a step back and reflect and ask yourself is this what you want.

Once you've identified that you are in a toxic relationship, then ask yourself is this what you really want for the rest of your life. If not, then why are you staying on?

There's a lid for every pot and if your relationship is not serving you well and if you choose to continue to stay on, you are denying yourself an opportunity to be with your REAL TRUE LOVE!

© Elyse-anne - The Love Coach for Successful Single Women | Relationship expert for All Women

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