When you start dating someone, they become your world and nothing they do seems wrong to you. You can never imagine a day without them and losing them becomes your biggest nightmare.
But break-ups are a part and parcel of life. People fall out of love and some even feel that it was infatuation all throughout. Here are some reasons that lead to a break-up in most relationships. Read on!
If both of you are unaware of what's going on in each other's life, your relationship is headed to doom. Any bond that lacks communication is bound to fall apart.
There's no point in dating your partner if he/she doesn't trust you or believe what you say or vice versa. This will eventually result in a break-up.
Cheating on your partner is an unpardonable mistake. Also, it's never a mistake, it's always a choice. Think about it!
Expectations always lead to disappointments. Most couples end up demanding far too much than the other can offer or deliver. This usually results in them falling apart.
Complacency is a synonym for the death of a relationship. If you or your partner is bored and feel that the relationship is getting stale, it's the end.
Misunderstandings creep up when there is a lack of communication or when you give out inadequate information to your partner. It's important to talk it out else you'll end up parting ways.
Bad habits die hard, they say. If they don't care about hygiene or get addicted to drugs and refuse to quit, you'll definitely call it quits!
Arguments are inevitable. No two people are the same and hence there'll always be a difference of opinion. But incessant quarrels that go unresolved, kill a relationship.
Unwarranted jealousy or unexplainable insecurities are the root cause of most tussles. They can trigger a breakup in a relationship.
When you feel the need to hide or lie to your partner, fearing that they may not understand your side of the story, your relationship has already fallen apart.
Compatibility in the bedroom is a vital ingredient of a successful relationship. There have been numerous instances when bad sex has been the reason behind a break-up.
If your partner likes to dictate too much or wants to have an upper hand in the relationship, chances are you'll want to break free from his/her shackles.
If one of you is a spendthrift and the other is wise with money, there will be tiffs. Finances are an important part of any bond. If the two don't roll the same way, and cannot adjust to each other, there can be an eventual fallout.
No matter what camaraderie you share with your friend of the opposite gender, if your partner always feels threatened, it could be the beginning of the end. There's a fine line behind being protective and possessive.
For some, their partner is their whole world, but for others, their partner is just a part of their world. When priorities are different and couples aren't on the same page, they part.
Constant complaints, scolding, criticisms and sarcastic remarks usually disturb the one at the receiving end. This can sour the bond, ending up in a break-up.
You have a life beyond the relationship and need some space. Suffocating the partner or clinging on too much can piss them off. If you don't give them space, they'll walk away.
Insulting your partner in front of your friends will not make you look cool only make you lose him/her. Disrespecting someone is harsh and jeopardises the relationship.
Nobody's perfect. You must love your partner beyond their imperfections. Constant comparison to people around can lower their self-esteem and result in a break-up.
Physical or mental, both kinds of abuses can scar your partner. In such situations, there is no chance for a relationship to continue for long.
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