Of the seven reasons below, which is the most common cause you stop dating someone or end a relationship?
Differences in Life Goals - Unable to agree on when to get married, have kids, where to live, etc.
Lack of Physical Attraction - They let themselves go and gained weight, or you just weren't all that attracted to them to start with.
Excessive Neediness\Jealousy - Angry when you don't respond to calls\texts when they think you should. Jealous of friends. Wants to know where you are.
Lack of Common Interests - Unable to find common interest and hobbies you can enjoy and spend time together doing.
Disagreements About Religious or Political Issues - Not able to agree on who to vote for, what church to go to, beliefs to teach your children, etc.
They're Not Affectionate Enough - They don't show or communicate that they care. They no longer seem interested in dating you or the relationship.
They Cheated on You - No one likes a cheater.
- Differences in Life GoalsVote A
- Lack of Physical AttractionVote B
- Excessive Neediness\JealousyVote C
- Lack of Common InterestsVote D
- Disagreements About Religious or Political IssuesVote E
- Not Affectionate EnoughVote F
- Cheated on YouVote G
Most Helpful Girl
Mine would be is the guy stops going out of his way for me, I become a routine. If a guy wants to get serious w/me, we actually both need to make steps for us to continue the relationship and grow as a couple. Once the relationship hits the one way street I leave.2
Most Helpful Guy
I'd have to say lack of common interests and differences in life goals, maybe also not being that involved some times.
I always made a point of trying to get to know people by going into relationships with them. For me it was natural and it allowed me to learn a lot.
But in many situations, I ended up figuring out that we didn't have that much in common or that the "magic" faded away after some time together.0