Sometimes the writing is so clear on the wall that it might as well be in pink neon – none of you could miss it.
Other times, one person eagerly plans Christmas, while the other plans to leave after what was a feel-good summer party for them.
Surprise dumps happen to all of us – even celebrities are sidelined.
Ben Affleck mentioned his marriage to Jennifer Lopez just a few days before. Rita Ora found out via Twitter that Calvin Harris had stopped; poor old Minnie Driver discovered that Matt Damon wanted to leave during his appearance on Oprah.
There are vulnerabilities in every relationship, and all of these invoke & # 39; Danger! & # 39;
Take them seriously. How you deal with them and with each other can mean the difference between a hiccup in a relationship and a rattle.
Someone warned counts for two.
Sex and relationship expert Tracey Cox reveals the ten secret signs you will dump this fall (photo: stock image)
PEOPLE MAKE SURE YOU ARE ONE TIME
If you are involved and adore your partner, even if you flirt, you will rarely be asked by others.
Whether it is a chemical thing, pheromones or a bad glistening in your eye, we give subliminal signals that tell others whether we are playing or are seriously serious.
In other words, we advertise subliminally about our availability.
You may have a ring on your finger or seem to be settled, but, believing on my word, as soon as you decide that you want an affair, someone will appear temptingly before you.
Sex and relationship expert Tracey Cox (photo) says that a change in living conditions can mean that you are on your way to a break-up
As the saying goes: & # 39; When the student is ready, the teacher arrives. & # 39;
YOU SPEAK LESS
Your boss gives you a radiant review and you notice that you pick up the phone to … call someone other than your partner.
Recently you forgot to tell them all important things.
We naturally come closer to people who share their secrets with us, and the person who knows the most about us is the person with whom we feel closest.
If your conversation with your partner is now limited to & # 39; How was your work? & # 39 ;, then they are not number one in your life (or you don't feel the number one of them) .
YOU STOP ARGUING
In a recent university study, researchers asked a group of single men and women to call the opposite of love.
Their response was predictable hatred.
When married couples were asked the same question, they answered & # 39; indifference & # 39; – a much more realistic and accurate answer.
If you are still fighting – even bitter and often – there is still hope. You are still trying to make your point clear and meet your needs.
If you stop, you have given up.
CIRCUMSTANCES HAVE BEEN CHANGED DRAMATICALLY
Change gives us a new perspective – and forces us to wonder how happy we are.
A new job, a move to a new city, the death of someone close to us: every major life change can jeopardize the strongest relationship because it forces people to look deeply into themselves and their partner, looking for a real feeling.
YOU ARE A COUPLE AS A COUPLE
Everyone asks when you are moving / getting married / having children / buying a house – and one of you is standing still.
Sometimes a nudge from others can make us feel silly fears and make the leap.
But too much pressure and curious interference can steer some in the opposite direction – fly over the edge to freedom.
Leaving is the most sensible solution if you don't have the time to make a decision.
Tracey suggested that if intimacy stops in the bedroom, this could be a sign that the relationship is falling apart. Shown: stock image
YOU DON'T WANT MORE SEX
Psychotherapists call it & # 39; the cringe factor & # 39 ;: when the thought that your partner touches you makes your skin crawl.
You choose a fight, you get drunk, you come up with exotic diseases, you do everything to prevent sex.
If the affection disappears together with your libido – you or they dive for the armchair instead of lying comfortably on the couch – the relationship is a hair's reach away from expiration.
ONE OF YOU cheated
Infidelity – discovered or not – means that you are not only in troubled waters, the boat sinks quickly.
If you are the culprit and got away with it, you have satisfied your naughty side without the air falling in it. But you still feel different about your partner.
You cannot quite meet their eye, feel guilty, and then get angry because you feel guilty and before you know it you are in a downward spiral.
Some people have one last time to & # 39; test & # 39; before they settle permanently (not recommended); others cheat because they don't have the guts to say & # 39; it's over & # 39; and think that it will be easier for their partner if they catch them (it is not).
THE BLINKERS HAVE HAPPENED
It is the & # 39; new car syndrome & # 39 ;. If you want to buy a car, that's all you see: you look at brands and models everywhere.
Once you have purchased one, stop searching.
When you are in love, you do not focus on other attractive people because you are involved and happy. As soon as you drop out, you start shopping again & # 39;
The flashing lights disappear and handsome people appear everywhere.
The sex and relationship expert also suggests that another sign is that you are starting to irritate their once-cute imperfections. Pictured, stock image
EVERYTHING YOU DO
That cute little habit that she has to turn her hair while she is distracted seems neurotic. You can't stop looking at his teeth and thinking: & # 39; Yuk! & # 39;
Our tolerance level is falling, and sometimes we deliberately look for errors to try to justify why we are becoming mean and mean and dumping them.
If we like someone, we think their imperfections are cute.
If we fall out of love, it is as if someone & # 39; got up at night and the & # 39; nice & # 39; switch turned off.
YOU SEE EACH OTHER LESS AND LESS
Go alone and leave your partner behind because you feel more comfortable solo?
Apologies for finding out why they shouldn't & # 39; disturb & # 39; to come?
You test the waters to find out what it would be like as a single, or things are so tense, it's a relief to escape.
Doing less together is one of the ends you've driven apart.
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