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I’m a private investigator: These are the three signs that your relationship will end in a breakup or divorce

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Private investigator Aaron Bond, who works for Bond Rees Private Investigators, says there are some telltale signs that point to the end of a relationship (file image)
  • Private investigator Aaron Bond listed three telltale signs about relationships

A private investigator has revealed three telltale signs that your relationship may be in crisis.

Aaron Bond of Bond Rees Private Investigators has experience observing relationships for clients and claims to know the telltale signs that a breakup or divorce is imminent.

Read on to learn three key indicators that your relationship might be coming to an end.

Private investigator Aaron Bond, who works for Bond Rees Private Investigators, says there are some telltale signs that point to the end of a relationship (file image)

How you greet each other

Sharing her first sign of how to notice a faltering relationship, Bond said the way a couple greets each other is a big clue as to how their romance is going.

Speaking to SunShe said: “Instead of offering a warm and welcoming greeting, if you start your interaction by complaining or criticising each other, it suggests there are problems within the relationship.”

She went on to say that actions with a sarcastic or malicious tone, such as rolling your eyes, can also raise alarm bells when it comes to looking at happiness in a relationship.

The state of your verbal communication

Next, private investigator Aaron said that the state of a couple’s verbal communication (and their vocabulary) is key.

She noted that often using extremes as an accusation towards your partner if they have done something wrong, whether accidental or not, shows that your relationship might be in crisis.

Aaron commented: ‘If you or your partner use terms like “all the time, always, never, no one, nobody, and never,” for example “why do you always burn our food? Can’t you do anything right?”

How to deal with arguments

Her final way of being able to decipher the harmony of a romance is to see how a couple deals with an argument.

Arguments in any relationship are inevitable, but they can often be harder to handle if you and your partner have had a breakup.

While some disputes can be resolved quickly, others require more time to reflect upon before they can be resolved.

Private investigator Aaron said the state of a couple's verbal communication - and their vocabulary - is key (Archive image)

Private investigator Aaron said the state of a couple’s verbal communication – and their vocabulary – is key (Archive image)

Aaron said that while walking away from confrontation is healthy from time to time, consistently refusing to address an issue surrounding a dispute shows that your relationship may not be healthy.

He commented: ‘This could be anything from avoiding eye contact, giving short, abrupt responses or completely ignoring the other person, sometimes for days at a time.

‘Stoning can be normal at times when a person is feeling overwhelmed, but constant stonewalling is detrimental to a relationship because it prevents problems from being resolved.

‘This creates emotional distance between partners and can lead to both parties feeling lonely and isolated.’

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