You start to question yourself
It’s important and perfectly normal to think about your relationship.
However, if certain issues or disturbing moments come up again and again, and you start thinking about them all too often, then you should definitely not ignore them.
You don’t feel in love anymore.
It’s great to be newly in love, but at the same time, you know that this feeling won’t stick around, forever.
The most important thing is that you should be able to tell the difference between being comfortable and being in love for real.
Even if you’re not in love anymore, you should still have feelings for your other half if you’re still in love.
Make sure you stop for a while and really feel it out.
Your friends are getting worried
When you get into an unhealthy relationship, you don’t always notice it yourself.
In this situation, you should rely on your friends because they know you best.
If they start to worry that you’re not yourself anymore, or if they start to see other warning signs, it may be worth listening to them, taking their advice and re-evaluating the relationship.
If you feel you don’t trust him
If you start to feel that you can no longer trust your partner or that he is starting to exude an energy that doesn’t feel as straightforward, open and honest as it once did, then it may be time to leave the relationship.
The same goes if you feel that you can’t talk openly about things that concern your relationship anymore.
Your partner’s health
It’s also time to leave if your partner is starting to become easily aggressive, defensive about everything, unnecessarily paranoid or self-centered.
Personality traits similar to these can cause several complications in working together.
A relationship in which the ability to cooperate does not exist is also not healthy.
You have different goals in life
All people have different aspirations in life and even though you have different ambitions now and everything is flowing as it should, it doesn’t mean that it won’t cause problems later in your relationship.
Goals and ambitions take time to achieve. Once these come knocking, at the door, even the relationship may start to falter badly.
You should keep this in mind, if your goals differ from each other quite a lot.
You have different values
Sometimes it can feel like your views on politics, children, the environment and society are not the same, and it may not bother you yet.
As your environment, and the world itself, constantly changes, these views may also become stronger. That’s why you should be sure to talk about more than just yourselves when you’re together.
That way, you can predict whether or not you are still functioning as a team.
If he lives in the past too much
We all know that it’s never fun to know too much about our partner’s past.
It’s something of the past, and if he has a hard time letting go, he may not be ready to move on or take your relationship to the next level.
You have difficulty communicating on a deeper level
A relationship that is only superficial can create problems in the long run. This means, for example, that your partner avoids deep conversational problems.
If you can’t talk about deeper topics, such as emotions, there is a high risk that you will end up in unnecessary conflicts and misunderstandings.
Open and deep communication is important for the relationship to work at its best.
You can’t resolve your conflicts
Are you constantly in conflict? Then it may definitely be time to say goodbye.
A relationship where there are too many conflicts, even if they are small, usually takes too much energy, as opposed to how much it gives.
You can’t relax and be yourself
Sometimes you have to be a little naughty, weird or dare to be sad in front of your partner.
If you feel that your partner is judging you because of it, or that he doesn’t accept you for who you are, then unfortunately he doesn’t seem to be the right person for you.