What are signs that a relationship should be ended?
Most Helpful Guy
Well mine would be:
1) When she jeopardizes my health more than once.
I dated a girl, and we were at the kissing stage; We went to a movie... now she had known that I was allergic to certain foods; I reminded her I was allergic AS she was buying the food. She still bought it; then kept trying to make out with me (we weren't even at that dating stage, really).
She would not change what she ate before a date as well; so kissing her (without knowing she had had something I was allergic to) made me sick - a lot. Had no interest in changing her diet when it would not have hurt her to do so, and was angry when I mentioned I would not be kissing her - that's not cool.
2) When something she does or says is a bad shock to the system. From "oh, yeah, I used to be a prostitute" to "Now that we're engaged, I must tell you... I have three children older than you!" to "I'm a hit man!" - these and many other secrets would be perfectly fine reasons to break up with the person.
3) We don't like the same things; and she's insulting to my passion. If she insults my work, or insults the movies I like (when I don't do that to her)... Ok, so to be clear, we don't have to like the same things; but she should respect it, when I respect what she does; and there should be enough "common ground" so that you can do things that you both enjoy together.
4) When you're too busy for each other, (or can't see each other for a while) and where one, or the both of you, aren't happy about it; and you're both not willing to work through it.
5) Cheating. I also think that if a person cheats, she isn't showing much respect to the relationship, and doesn't need to be in a relationship until the cause of the cheating is examined and (if possible) solved.
6) When you're fighting too much. If it's been 5 years and you've fought every single day (not argued, but fought), then that's not healthy.
8) when you feel you have to force someone or "trick them" in order for them to love you. Having a child just to keep him around isn't good. Cheating, then having a child, and telling them it's theirs... isn't good. Telling someone you have a disease that you don't have to get the sympathy and have them stay by you - not good.
9) When either person is too clingy - always demanding to be with you and not allowing you to have friends of your own (provided they're not bad influences or you're cheating/flirting with said "friends").
10) When you insist on vastly different things in life; She hates children and pets, and you want a huge family and lots of pets! You're on the road a lot, and she's a cuddly, affectionate, easily lonely homemaker type.5