Signs of a Breakup
By Tigress Luv, author of The Breakup Eraser
Has your relationship turned a bit...sour? Do you recognize any of these symptoms or signs of a breakup?
Signs of a Breakup:
Avoidance. Remember when you used to be each other's best friends, and you two spent every minute together? I clear sign of a breakup is when one or both partners consistently ignore or avoid the other partner.
Irritability. I love you, once spoken softly, is now what the *#@& did you say to me?! Leave me alone! You make me sick! I've had it! Get off my back, will you! and even I HATE YOU! Signs of an impending breakup could be signaled by the failure to talk kindly to one another.
Silence. Oh, bleh! How many of us haven't resorted to the dreaded silent treatment. We just clam up, stick our nose up in an apathetic air, and pretend like they don't even exist - and, if they did exist, are not even worthy of our attention. The silent treatment is clear sign of an unhealthy relationship filled with punishments and grudges and misunderstanding. Two great articles on the silent treatment can be found at these links (opens in a new window) Ostracize the Ex and Silent Treatment and Abuse.
Enlisting allies. Yes, we turn family members, friends, co-workers, and acquaintances into our own personal army in our vendetta against them. We even view our therapists and counselors as potential enlistees. Obviously, a vendetta against your partner is a clear sign of a breakup that in the making.
Threats. I'm leaving you! I'll find another! Don't make me hurt you! When you threaten to leave someone, you have already had that thought planted in your head.
Constant quarreling. Bickering back and forth. Often times neither party can even remember what the fight was about. Constant quarreling and fighting can be a clear sign of an impending breakup.
Feelings of being unloved. The biggest sign of a deteriorating relationship is suddenly noticing that you have become insecure. You feel neglected, unloved, unattractive, incompetent, and as though you could very easily be replaced by another. Often you may feel defensive, as though you have been singled out for attack.
These are just some of the signs of a deteriorating relationship. The information in the report, how to stop a breakup, explains the signs, symptoms, and reasons behind a relationship breakup, as well as discusses cures and prevention methods, and methods for salvaging a broken relationship
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