It’s time to let go


But there are times when letting go may be the best thing to do. Here are signs it’s time to get a move on.


Forcing someone to care

Real relationships are made by two people who love and care for each other. So if the other person is not willing to show that to you than what’s the point? Truth is not everyone you love and care about will do that in return but you need people who steadily demonstrate their love for you.

You miss your single days

This is a clear sign that it’s time to pack up and leave. If you prefer late nights, flirting with other people and living the life without anyone in your way, then go back to mingle with others.

You are not yourself anymore

When you’re with your lover you completely change who you are just to please him; that’s not healthy. You mustn’t change in order for them to accept you; if he loves you he will take you as you are.

You’re jealous of other couples

It’s not a bad thing to feel jealous but it becomes a problem when you start to compare every aspect of your relationship to what everyone has. That’s unhealthy; in a relationship you should feel grateful not resentful.

You’ve both stopped trying

If both of you have stopped making efforts – from making time to see each other to just having casual conversations –  then there truly is no point why you should continue with the relationship.

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