One of the biggest complaint that newly-single people have is that they wish they had gotten out of their old relationship sooner than they did. Why? Well, mainly because there are a number of signs of a deteriorating relationship. Here are some tell-tale signs that their relationship is ending.
If you spend more time on social media rather than with your partner, then there is a possibility that your relationship is going downhill. According to a study conducted in 2015, Facebook users in relationships of 3 years or less are associated with high use of Facebook and that is usually associated with breakup/divorce, emotional cheating, and physical cheating.
Even though it start seeming like a good thing, too much agreeing on something can seem like you don't care enough to put your foot down. Fighting is actually decreased and negotiating is not even needed anymore because the person or the couple is just done. It is generally indicated that they have chosen to submit to the fact they want out of the relationship, so their indifference shows as being agreeable.
We often tend to tell the good news of our lives to the people we love. So, if your partner is not the first person in the mind to share the good news, then it could indicate that you are done with your relationship. If someone comes before your partner in sharing either good or bad news, they are no longer your primary confidant or your closest friend.
It might come off as being being bored with literally everything, but many people repeat boredom as one of the biggest signs that their relationship is in trouble. If you have nothing interesting to say, when your friends and family ask how you are, that speaks volumes about how you feel about your life.
If you feel depressed, fearful, anxious, frustrated, angry or hurt majority of the times, it is a warning for the health of your relationship and also your mental well-being. If you are able to express your feelings to your partner, now is the time to do it with honesty.