Signs of a Failing Relationship

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Signs of a failing relationship

When it comes to relationships, there are certain levels in a relationship where we stand. First there is the honeymoon period where everything flows, the excitement and thrill flowing through the body. Then there’s the establishment period where the honeymoon period is long gone and you established the happy couple comfort zone. However during the comfort zone, it is a stepping stone to determine whether the relationship may either work or not. Here are 6 tell-tale signs when a relationship is failing.

Sign 1: The chemistry is gone In the beginning couples are excited to see and can't get enough of each other. They feel the butterflies, and the powerful physical and sexual attraction takes place constantly. But after a while when issues arises and the couple can no longer stand one another, the chemistry ends; the feeling of attraction is gone.

Sign 2: Different set of values, beliefs and goals He wants kids, but she doesn’t. She wants to get married but he doesn't. When your beliefs, values and goals are completely different or conflicts arises when these topics are discussed, having incompatible goals are definitely something to think about in the relationship.

Sign 3: Less Sex Let's face it, early in the relationship the partner is new and exciting, the excitement and libido are overflowing in the bedroom or “other places”. As time passes and the couple reaches the comfort zone, sex fades, slowly loses its excitement and becomes predictable. But as the relationship slips, the couple has problems, the intimacy lessens because sex, at its most basic, is a form of communication.

Sign 4: Arguments are common Arguments are normal in a relationship. However when constant arguing/bickering are non-stop and even the most simplest things are i.e disturbing your neighbors, you despise one another, you got yourself a problem. On another note, if the argument has become abusive then it's time to call it a day.

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