Love is a complicated thing.
It comes in many different forms and in different ways, and love can just hit you at any moment!
This could be romantic love, love in friendship, and family relationships, or even love for certain things like TV shows or food!
Like I said, it can come in many shapes and sizes!
But what a lot of people forget is that falling in love and falling out of love can be both done fairly easily.
Both of these things rely on one action. The moment where your relationship is made or broken.
While we’d like to think that breaking up or falling out of love with our partners will take more than eating all our food and using all the toilet roll, it can actually be a collaboration of that and some other worrying behavior.
It’s the little things that make a big difference!
If you’ve noticed any of these things in your relationship, then it could be a sign that your relationship is dead on the rocks.
Take a look!
1. Spending Habits
If your relationship has unequal spending habits on common needs, then maybe it’s time to call it quits?
If you have to put in more money to cover the basics like food, then can you call it a relationship?
If anything, it sounds more like a parent-child relationship. Unless your other half is experiencing financial difficulty, there’s no reason why you should be buying all the things you both need.
Only one of you in the relationship benefits living with the other.
Being in a relationship is a form of partnership. It’s about both of you doing the work. You both take turn cleaning, cooking, and all that jazz.
If it’s only you doing it then your essentially a live-in housekeeper, not their partner.
3. Grown Up Money
There is no offer of financial support when times get tough. Everyone knows money can spoil relationships, but if you really see a future with them, then it’s important there’s at least some financial support.
4. No One To Turn To
You have no one to rely on when things go bad.
If you can’t afford to get ill because your partner won’t look after you, then your relationship has come to the end.
If you can’t rely on your partner for help, especially when you’re ill, who can you turn to?!
5. Stressful Living
You struggle to tell your partner how your feeling because you know there won’t be any compassion there.
Because of this, you can’t ask each other for advice. If you can’t support each other when you desperately need it, who can you turn to?
6. Gender Types
Do you blame each other for not being able to do ‘typical’ male or female work?
If your partner can’t deal with you not being able to cook like a domestic goddess, and you can’t stand him not being able to change a tire, then what’s the point of being together?
That mentality is dire cracks in the pillar of your relationship and it’s not fair to either party!
7. Negative Comparison
Your constantly comparing your partner to your ex, or your friend’s wonderful husband, or your partner is doing the same.
If you’re being negatively compared or you’re doing the comparing, then maybe this isn’t the relationship for you!
Somehow everyone’s forgotten that you were perfect at the beginning of your relationship. It’s so unfair!
8. Not My Fault
If you or your partner refuse to accept responsibility in a problem the caused or contributed to, then what’s the point in being with them? I mean, could you imagine the arguments? Talk about pouring gasoline on a fire!
9. Weird Hobbies
Are their collection of ships in bottles taking up too much space, but they refuse to compromise with you?
Are they saying you sew so loud that they can barely hear themselves think?
If they’re not allowing you space of time to pursue your own interests, then they’re clearly not the one for you!
10. Own Interest At Heart
Having an idea about what you want is good, but too much focus on ‘me, me, me’ can be a dangerous thing in any relationship.
If you or your partner are too self-centered then it may be impossible to have a loving and healthy relationship with them!
11. Dependant On Them
If you feel any kind of dependency from your partner, whether that’s emotional, psychological, or financial dependency on them, then it might be time to rethink your relationship.