15 Signs Your Relationship Is Coming To An End…Soon

Thinking about breaking up? Something is wrong for sure!

It’s never easy coming to terms with the fact that you might be on the verge of breaking up with your partner. If you’ve put in time, effort, and love into a relationship, it’s only natural to hope that good thing will come from your time spent together. As we all know, however, this isn’t always the case. If you’re even starting to think about the prospect of a breakup, it’s a sign that something’s not quite right between you two. Whether you’re constantly getting into petty fights about stupid stuff or you’ve retreated from each other and are finding it difficult to connect lately, all couples go through their fair share of hardships in the love department. Sometimes, it’s a case of getting through a rough patch. Other times though, it’s a sign that maybe the two of you should part ways for good. Every relationship is different and has its own unique pros and cons. However, there are a few universal indicators that are signs that a relationship might be coming to an end soon. Check your own experiences against these 15 points and see if you and your partner might be in trouble. If any of these match up with your current situation, it might be time to take some action.

15. You Bicker Over Insignificant Things


We all know those couples who seem to be in a continuous argument with each other, and it’s almost certain that we’ve all thought to ourselves, “I’d hate to be them.” But if you’ve found yourself in ridiculous screaming matches or passive aggressive tantrums with your partner of late and they seem to be getting increasingly frequent, there’s a good chance your relationship is hurdling towards a swift end. While some arguments can actually be productive and healthy, fighting over who ate the last Pop-Tart or who was the last one to unload the dishwasher is not okay. Constant bickering is a sign of deeper issues and probably means there’s a lot of unresolved feelings that keep bubbling up to the surface without finding an effective outlet. In order to make arguments an effective tool for communication, it’s important to keep them to a bare minimum, and when called upon, an opportunity to express feelings, not just annoyances. If your fights as a couple keep concentrating on minor grievances rather than solutions for your problems, it might be a sign that the relationship is coming to a dead end.

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