We all have bad days and good days. These come and go in every part of our life whether it’s college, home or relationship. We just don’t call quits; we put our time and effort. But sometimes it’s difficult to distinguish whether we are unhappy in the relationship or with life in general. If we are unhappy in life, a relationship usually fixes that. To completely understand the difference between the two, let’s look at some ways.
1. Concealing your true self
You don’t reveal your true self. You hide parts of it and you feel like you can’t reveal your true self. You walk on eggshells. You should be able to completely open up to your partner and let them see the true part of you.
2. You fear commitment
You fear commitment. You constantly think of break-up. You’re not sure about wanting to spend your future with them. That’s a sign! You get bad vibes about wanting to spend your entire life with them.
3. You snoop a lot
You look for some evidence constantly which can help you break up; so you snoop. You know it’s wrong but at the same time you can’t help it. You want to find something that can help you start a fight or maybe end things for once and for all.
4. Constant reminder
You need to constantly remind yourself that you are happy, like you’re trying to convince yourself. You need to force yourself to think of them. It doesn’t happen naturally. You know what actually is inside but you don’t want to hurt them.
5. Spend time apart
If you’re completely happy, you may want to spend all day with them. But if you’re not, you look for ways to spend time apart, hoping that it may fix your relationship. You constantly want your space. You prefer hanging out with your friends rather than seeing them. But once again, spending time apart does not fix things. It makes things worse.
6. Imagine life without them
The major part of a relationship is wanting to spend your life with the other person. But you constantly think of your life without them and that doesn’t really bother you. If you see your life without them comfortably, why are you with them?
7. Feeling bad about yourself
We all have doubts and insecurities about ourselves. Our partners are supposed to understand that and help us feel better, not worse. If your partner is making you doubt yourself, then it’s time to call it quits. Love is for better and for worse, and not for criticizing one another all the time.
8. You lie to yourself
You constantly lie to yourself saying you’re happy and this is just a phase. It may be or it may not be. Everyone deserves to be happy. The least you can do is be true to yourself. It may be healthy in the long run.
If this is how you feel about your relationship, then maybe it’s time for you to move on.
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