Is Your Relationship Worth Saving? Relationships that are doomed from the start are those that are built only on lust. Lasting relationships should start slowly on a solid foundation built on honesty, trust, and love.
Relationships that result in marriage, a white picket fence and a house full of children grow out of trust. A relationship built on deceit and lust will end as soon as the sexual attraction has been satisfied. Not all relationships are worth saving.
Healthy relationships grow strong through nurturing and having common interests.These are worth saving. Honesty and sincerity are the glue that binds a relationship and keeps it growing.
In time, sex alone is not enough to keep two together. The lack of common interests melts the glue and they break up. The relationship becomes shallow and is not worth saving.
When to Breakup a Relationship?
Once you no longer rush to the door in anticipation of his visit and the thrill of hopping into bed with him no longer excites you, it is a signal to move on. Heed the warning before he stops coming. Blaming yourself for the breakup always hurts more. Decide to make the move and do not hesitate. Walk away!
Do You Share Similar Interests?
If you no longer share same interests, friends or goals for a future, you can rightly assume that your relationship is over. Make the first move. Do not allow the shallow relationship to linger. Mr. Right might be around the corner waiting. If you do not make the break you may never find him.
Make a Decision and Keep To It
Keeping a flame burning will not rekindle a dead relationship. Face it and look for another. This relationship is over. Time to bury it and move on!
Reasons for Breaking Up the Relationship
1. If you want to get married and start a family but he wants to remain single it is time to breakup. Do not attempt to change his mind.
2. Think about the future. Does your present relationship fill your need to share a lifetime with him? Do you have same or similar goals? Do you argue or fight incessantly ? Do you feel he is suffocating you? If so then this relationship is not worth saving. In fact, it has already died! Admit it.
3. Look at him in a new light. Do you feel deeply in love or is it simply a physical attraction? Do you agree on how to raise children or are his methods old fashioned and include spanking.
Think about your present relationship. Does it have room to grow in a positive direction or is he demanding and set on doing things his way or no way? Do you have similar goals for a future together? Does he want to live in the big city and you want to make a life in the country and raise horses?
If any or all of these questions make you think twice then stop and move on. It appears that this relationship is not worth saving. The time to make a life time decision is before you get married and not after the marriage.
Source: Based on my own lifetime thoughts and experiences