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10 Signs Your Relationship Is Falling Apart

10 Signs Your Relationship Is Falling Apart

How to know if your relationship is toxic? Society has taught us to depend emotionally on our partner, but, in fact, a stable relationship is about giving space and respecting each other. You must understand that jealousy is not a sign of love. Well, love is blind, and we often ignore the signs that our relationship is becoming harmful. If you identify with all of the following warning signs, it’s time to rethink your relationship and, probably, start another one.

TIMESTAMPS:
Your partner doesn’t let you hang out with your friends 0:38
Your partner controls your wallet 1:12
Your partner goes through your phone 1:40
Your partner tells you how to dress 2:09
Your partner gets angry when you don’t answer the phone straight away 2:37
Your partner is jealous of your best friend 3:03
You’re afraid to say what’s on your mind 3:26
Your partner insults you 3:50
Your friends have tried to warn you 4:15
Your partner doesn’t care about your plans or hobbies at all 4:38

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SUMMARY:
– Spending a lot of time together is like an addiction, and it’s common in the beginning. We should try not to stifle the relationship from the start. Otherwise, it will turn into a martyrdom.
– Of course, it’s normal for a couple to share expenses and goods. A solution is to combine some of your income in a single pot, but you also need your own share.
– We all know that going through each other’s phones and e-mails is not a good idea. It’s not proof of love at all: it’s an invasion of privacy and a sign of an unhealthy relationship.
– Your partner doesn’t like the way you dress? It’s not up to them to decide. To have stability in a relationship, you must start by loving and respecting yourself.
– If you tremble with fear every time you see a missed call from your partner, something is going wrong.
– If your partner doesn’t trust you, your relationship will never be stable. Trust is the strongest pillar in any relationship.
– Don’t be afraid to say what you think, and have respect for their differing point of view. In the end, having different opinions brings richness and diversity to the relationship.
– Set rules for yourself, like never to insult your partner. If they insult you, do not fall for that game.
– It’s often difficult to look at a situation objectively, but our family or friends may have a better view from a different angle.
– This is one of the most obvious signs: if you partner doesn’t pay attention to things you love, it means he or she doesn’t pay enough attention to you.

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36 Replies to “10 Signs Your Relationship Is Falling Apart”

  1. TIMESTAMPS:
    Your partner doesn’t let you hang out with your friends 0:38
    Your partner controls your wallet 1:12
    Your partner goes through your phone 1:40
    Your partner tells you how to dress 2:09
    Your partner gets angry when you don’t answer the phone straight away 2:37
    Your partner is jealous of your best friend 3:03
    You’re afraid to say what’s on your mind 3:26
    Your partner insults you 3:50
    Your friends have tried to warn you 4:15
    Your partner doesn’t care about your plans or hobbies at all 4:38

  2. Saying goodbye to a toxic relationship is almost like saying goodbye to a sick loved one. You feel a sense of relief that the suffering is over, but you are also overcome with an overwhelming sadness. You'll never see or talk to that person again and you wonder if you did everything you could to save them. Unfortunately sometimes there is nothing you could have done to change the outcome. You have to allow yourself to go through the grieving process and know that it will all be okay.

  3. Who has time for toxic relationships? If someone isn't honoring your feelings, it's not a real relationship. If you feel drained after spending time with someone, that's a red flag!

  4. It's okay to be scared to leave a toxic relationship. It's never easy to start over but when someone is causing you to cry everyday, it's time for you to re-evaluate where you stand. You're better off alone than with someone that keeps lying and hurting you.

  5. My Ex Went with me everywhere i went with my friends, i told her not do go one time and she did anyways, she also didnt let me go out to see my friends alot, i tried tp fix the repationship but, it never worked.

  6. Leave toxic relationships right away. Don't make any excuses. Don't think you can't do better. Discovering your value and knowing what you deserve opens you up to a world of possibilities. Get to know yourself. Give yourself time to flourish and allow the universe to align you.

  7. Cutting contact with toxic people will transform your life. At first, it feels miserable. Like you're going cold turkey from an addiction. But as time goes on, you come to discover that each passing day brings unexpected new blessings. You begin to develop self-respect, boundaries, and true friendships. Instead of running around absorbing and forgiving everything, you spend time with people who do not behave in a way that requires constant explaining to begin with. This freedom allows your spirit to thrive. Someday, you will look back and wonder how you even tolerated interacting with such unhealthy people. Your new self begins to feel protective of your old self, and that's a pretty neat place to be!

  8. Don't waste another minute dealing with a toxic, negative, energy-draining person. Some people are wired for negativity. They love being argumentative, combative and abusive. Run for your life as quickly as possible.

  9. A classic sign of a toxic person is their unwillingness to be accountable or make apologies for hurting you. Don't waste your time waiting around for one. Every single conflict they have will always be someone else's fault. They are completely incapable of both empathy and introspection, often due to emotional immaturity.

  10. Toxic people who start drama are notorious for pushing emotional buttons. They know how to be condescending, rude, or cruel in order to get a response. Then when you react to their negative comments or behaviors, they claim you cause drama. Kindness will never cause drama, but rudeness always will.

  11. Never feel guilty about taking toxic people out of your life. It doesn't matter how long you've known them, or what the nature of your relationship is. If they're trying to change, give them a chance. But if they continue to disrespect you, overstep your boundaries, or ignore your feelings, they have no place in your life.

  12. Toxic relationships not only make us unhappy; they corrupt our attitudes and dispositions in ways that undermine healthier relationships and prevent us from realizing how much better things can be.

  13. We end up in toxic relationships because we don't stand up for ourselves early on when red flags occur. We let them slide, because we fear losing a companion. How long do you let disrespect and neglect go? At some point you have to develop healthy barriers for how you're going to be treated; you're responsible for your experience, nobody else is.

  14. Escaping a toxic relationship can feel like breaking a piece of your heart off; like a wolf chews its leg off to escape a steel trap. Leaving is never easy, but sometimes it's necessary to save yourself and others from dying inside.

  15. Not all toxic people are cruel and uncaring. Some of them love us dearly. Many of them have good intentions. Most are toxic to our being simply because their needs and way of existing in the world force us to compromise ourselves and our happiness. They aren't inherently bad people, but they aren't the right people for us. And as hard as it is, we have to let them go. Life is hard enough without being around people who bring you down, and as much as you care, you can't destroy yourself for the sake of someone else. You have to make your well-being a priority. Whether that means breaking up with someone you care about, loving a family member from a distance, letting go of a friend, or removing yourself from a situation that feels painful – you have every right to leave and create a safer space for yourself.

  16. Remove toxic people out of your life. Stop maintaining relationships with people that make you feel guilty about things that you like, that make you feel awful about yourself, that put you down, that don't support you, that are mean. You just get those people and remove them out of your life. Delete them off of Facebook, break it down easily. Because instead of just maintaining these "relationships" with people for the sake of just being polite or civil, you can be civil without having people that you don't want in your life and you'll be so much happier. You need to stop maintaining relationships with toxic people because it's just not good for you and it's not worth any of your time.

  17. Toxic people will always adamantly deny that their actions are hurtful. Victims can spend excessive amounts of time trying to explain precisely what the toxic person has done that is abnormal. The abuser may even temporarily admit their actions are harmful but guess what always follows? The hard swing back to denial. Abusers like to say things like, "What do I do to you?" or "How do I make your life harder?" These comments come even after the survivor has laid out all the evidence of abuse. The bottom line? Toxic people will never take lasting responsibility for their behaviors and that's why they also will never change.

  18. You don't ever have to feel guilty about removing toxic people from your life. It doesn't matter whether someone is a relative, romantic interest, employer, childhood friend, or a new acquaintance – you don't have to make room for people who cause you pain or make you feel small. It's one thing if a person owns up to their behavior and makes an effort to change. But if a person disregards your feelings, ignores your boundaries, and "continues" to treat you in a harmful way, they need to go.

  19. You are allowed to terminate toxic relationships. You are allowed to walk away from people who hurt you. You are allowed to be angry and selfish and unforgiving. You don't owe anyone an explanation for taking care of yourself.

  20. Ending a friendship/relationship with maturity and respect is less toxic than ending it with anger and bitterness. Whatever anger you have towards that person at the time, always remember you once loved them.

  21. You do not need to push toxic people out of your life. Stop treating them as if they matter to you. When you don't engage with them and ignore their game-playing, they will disappear on their own. Once they are gone, lock the door and don't look back.

  22. Toxic people blatantly deny their own manipulative behavior and ignore evidence when confronted with it. They become dismissive and critical if you attempt to disprove their fabrications with facts. Instead of them actually addressing their inappropriate behavior, somehow it always becomes your fault for being "sensitive" and "crazy". Toxic people condition you to believe that the problem isn't the abuse itself, but instead your reactions to their abuse.

  23. I feel stuck. My girlfriend and I had our baby boy a year ago right as I was about to leave the relationship. She stopped taking her birth control and didnt tell me. She claims she didnt do it maliciously but it's just to coincendental to have been a fluke.

    But all that aside things have only gotten worse. The kid is her means now of controlling everything about me. She even dictates how much I can see my friends. I dont think she realizes that if she was less confrontational and controlling I'd want to be around more.

    But what do I do? The only think keeping me in the relationship is my son.

  24. i dont understand, if you have nothing to hide why cant we look at each other's phone? my gf and I have each other's password and she can look through every single bit of it I got nothing to hide

  25. Careful now. Before you cry toxic, try really hard to think about what YOU do. Is anything YOU do toxic? Is the whole world out to get YOU? I don't doubt there are millions of toxic relationships out there… But I've personally had people complain to me about their relationship, and at times I inwardly know it's THEM that is naive or the toxic one.

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