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  1. StealingBread

    StealingBread New Member

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    How can you tell your relationship is getting old, coming close to ending.

    Any personal experiences you would like to share?

    Signs, blatant or unobtrusive, you would like to list?

    Anything helps.

    Thanks :]
     
  2. mattz87

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    arguing a lot is a good sign.
     
  3. StealingBread

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    Uhggg, crap! :[
     
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    Sorry if that was too obvious, I imagine arguing over the little shit, or being annoyed over the little stuff isn't a good sign.
     
  5. gkremian

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    My last ex and I argued for like two weeks straight before we decided to mutually end it. Arguing is a pretty big sign.

    Boredom is another. If you've been doing the same things over and over, like going out to eat at the same place, or just practicing the same routine, that's another sign. Change it up fast.

    Sometimes, people just lose interest. It happens, learn and move on :(

    My last ex and I argued a lot about mainly simple things. There were things she did that irritated the shit out of me, because I was having a bad couple of weeks. However, if we had waited a little while longer, I would have felt better and we wouldn't have argued which wouldn't have fixed anything. In my opinion, we needed to break up, because the relationship was basically her using me as a crutch for a lot of her emotional issues. I felt like an emotional dumping ground of all the shit gone wrong in her life. We broke up, became better friends for it, because I don't think we were ever really friends to begin with, and we never really built solid friendship through the relationship. I just thought I'd share the context to my little message above, even though it doesn't have any examples or overarching themes or points to help you out. :(
     
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    -sigh-

    Its hard to fall outta love.
     
  7. StealingBread

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    we broke up.
     
  8. mattz87

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    Sorry to hear bro.. what happened.
     
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    At the time I didn't realize it was too late by the time I made the connection, but when you live with someone and feel like you're the only one there and you just pass by each other on a daily basis as if we didn't know each other were there. Also arguing is probably a pretty good sign, not that arguing doesn't happen a normal basis, but if you are arguing on a daily basis prepare for the worst IMO.
     
  10. Phantom Empress

    Phantom Empress mmmmmm tasty!!!

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    we stopped talking and then evry time we did talk it was strained and onthe verge of argument. it just fell apart and we had to go our separate ways because we were growing apart.

    it ended well tho and we can still talk occasionally.
     
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    Phantom Empress mmmmmm tasty!!!

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    you're gonna hate me for saying this but you're young. You'l find a new one and just chaulk this up to life experience.. you have a lot of fish out there to reel in. :hug:
     
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    lol that was fast. one hour how do you tell if it is getting old, the next broken up

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  13. Guitar_fool

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    no you dont. you never really do and then when you do nobody can tell.

    its not healthy to keep "breaking up". not a good thing rae.
     

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