When A Romance Ends
Know When A Relationship Is Ending And What To Do About It
If you’ve been feeling that your relationship just doesn’t seem the same any more, then this guide is for you. Specifically, we’re going to talk about some of the signs that’ll show you when a relationship is ending, as well as help you decide what to do about it. By the time you’ve finished reading, you’ll be much closer to making a decision that’s be best for you – so let’s begin.
Firstly, no matter how much two people were once in love, it’s possible for a relationship to come to an end. Realise that a good relationship requires effort from both people and if your heart just isn’t in it any more, perhaps it’s time to call it a day. This applies to both parties in the relationship, so even if you want to rescue the relationship but the other person doesn’t – then perhaps think about whether you’d be better off in the long run by moving on and ultimately finding someone who’s better suited to you.
Now, let’s take a look at some of the signs that you’ll notice when a relationship is coming to an end. Firstly, you may see there’s just not the passion and excitement there any more. While the overall intensity naturally diminishes over time, there’s a difference between reduced intensity and ‘nothing at all’.
Additionally, if you find your partner making lots of excuses not to spend time with you, this may be a very big sign that they’re not feeling the same way about you. There’s always the chance that they’ve met someone else, but it’s best not to torture yourself with these thoughts. Instead, put yourself first and focus on what you want in life. After all, you only live once and you can’t control someone else’s thoughts or behaviours.
But if the relationship feels like it’s ending – and that’s something neither of you want – then it’s possible to do things to rekindle that romance and experience a new aspect of your relationship. One of the best ways to add some new excitement to a relationship is to have date nights. This gives you a taste of the single life style, but with the comfort and familiarity of someone you already know, love, and trust.
Booking time off work and spending a day together can also be a fantastic way to rekindle your love for each other. Pick an activity you both enjoy, put all your other worries and concerns aside, and focus on enjoying yourselves.