6 Clear Signs It’s Time To End Your Relationship

Is love enough for you to hold on in a relationship? Would you take risk and work hard for a relationship to grow even if it’s giving you lots of reasons to let go? If you can’t quickly answer these questions, then you are probably in doubt and that uncertainty could be a sign that there’s something wrong in your relationship.

Here are the six clear signs to help you decide if it’s time to break up;

Let go if it isn’t healthy anymore.

In the course of being together, what if fights and misunderstanding or even difficulties get over your relationship? How about the questions of how long will you be able to handle this unending dilemma over and over again? Or most probably you’ve been thinking of “Is it time to end this relationship?”, “How can I know if it should be over?” These questions will undeniably pop into your head and will make you think about the signs of “It’s over” thing for the both of you.

Let go when you are not happy anymore.

As we all know, happiness is one of the cores of relationship. Somehow, when this kind of emotion doesn’t exist in amidst of your relationship, then it’s maybe time to think again if you really want to stay. I’m not saying that this is the only feeling that you should feel about the things you’re going through. People are happiest when they have good relationships with partners. Like them, you deserve happiness and contentedness.

Let go when it isn’t working out anymore.

Probably, many couples who have been in a decade in their relationship can say that working things out just to stay in a long kind of relationship is the hardest thing to do. Initially, it’s easy to brush off the flaws you may come across with. But as you take your relationship to the next level, you’ll realize there are some issues you need to face. No matter how you tell yourself that this person is the one for you, the fact remains that something doesn’t feel quite right and only you can figure it out.

Let go when you know you’re lying to yourself.

Admitting something to oneself is hard to do. There are a lot of considerations you need to follow before thinking of what is best for yourself. Indeed, to sacrifice what you want is one of the reasons why you are making it hard, which is why being not true to yourself can affect your relationship. Problem lies beyond ignoring and believing that something is not wrong and most often than not, there is. If you feel you are fooling around in believing that everything is okay, then let go.

Let go when you know you’re hurting each other.

It seems unhealthy for a relationship to be together when you all have to do is to hurt each other so much. We cannot define how love will grow in this kind of scenario. Moreover, you should know how to balance things between the fight and circumstances you’re going through. It’s not easy to go on pretending everything is okay, yet you are hurting inside.


It can be difficult to accept that you’ve exerted all your effort and time and then found yourself being hurt. However, you need to have some realizations whether you should invest further in your relationship or better end it if it’s going nowhere.

These things are part of the challenges that you might go through in your entire relationship. A healthy relationship takes shared effort to make it work.