5 Signs You Might Be in a Dead End Relationship

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Alright guys and gals,

It’s time to realize that you are worth so much more than a dead end relationship. There are too many people stuck in relationships that are going nowhere. Don’t be one of those people. Why should you spend anymore time with someone you’re not happy with? Don’t settle! I’ve been there my friends, and it’s not worth it.

How can you tell if you’re in a dead end relationship you ask? Here are 5 tell tale signs that you’re in a dead end relationship.

1) There’s no spark

Some people will argue that relationships don’t need a spark to last forever-I beg to differ. If you don’t feel any kind of attraction or excitement in your relationship, then there’s something wrong here. How can you say that you’re happy with someone when there’s nothing between you two? Wake up and be happy!

2) Your sex life has gone from bam to blah

“But relationships aren’t all about sex”

Okay, but being intimate with your partner is another vulnerable level of the relationship. Besides, if your bedroom adventures are slowly dwindling away, that could mean that both of you aren’t putting in effort anymore.

3) You two aren’t moving forward

Relationships should be exciting, especially when the two of you are moving up the ladder of love.

4) Both of you are constantly making plans that don’t involve one another

Intentionally avoiding each other is a huge red flag for both parties. Spending time with friends and family is extremely important, don’t get me wrong, but making time for each other is crucial for your relationship.

5) The two of you are talking less and less.

Communication is what makes relationships work, and without it you’re basically not seeing each other anymore. If either of you aren’t taking 30 seconds out of your day to send each other a text of some sort, then do both of you a favor and call a quits.

Being in a relationship isn’t easy; it takes two people to make a relationship work. If you think you and your S/O are in a dead end relationship, it may be time to consider breaking things off. But if you want to save your relationship then you and your S/O should talk things over, or even consider going to couples therapy.

Bottom line: if your relationship doesn’t make you happy, it’s time to fix it or ditch it.

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