How to Stop a Breakup
Relationships are constantly being formed and destroyed. People are always breaking up with the people they love because they could not see the signs that the relationship was falling apart, and they did nothing to stop the break up.
Here are some signs of a possible breakup:
One of the easiest signs to identify is avoidance. Is your boyfriend or girlfriend avoiding you? Is he/she not answering your phone calls or never home when they usually are? Is your significant other constantly breaking dates and making excuses not to be with you? This is a major sign of a possible break up.
If your significant other is constantly criticizing every little thing about you, like brushing your teeth or tying your shoes, then this is a big sign of an impending breakup.
Are you and your boyfriend or girlfriend always fighting over things that don't matter? Of course you won't get along 24/7, and there will be arguments from time to time, but if you are constantly fighting then there is definitely a problem with the relationship.
Changes in Behavior:
People are always changing in little ways, and sometimes major changes occur in people's lives, especially if something happens to the ones they love. However, if your significant other suddenly changes their behavior for no apparent reason, then it could be signs of a struggling relationship.
For instance, if your significant other loves to be around you most of the time and is constantly calling you, but then suddenly starts hanging out with their friends all the time and stops calling, your relationship is very likely in danger.
Drawing Attention to Views You Don't Have in Common:
Everyone has differing views on something or other. It is inevitable. If you can't find something that you disagree on, then you are either clones, or you one of you is putting on an act (which is also a problem). The problem is not having differing views, although if you differ on major things there could be an issue.
The problem occurs when your boyfriend or girlfriend is constantly drawing attention to the views you don't share. Drawing attention to the differing views is basically bringing up why shouldn't be together. This could be a sign of a pending breakup.
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Here are a few ways you can help to stop the break up:
Discover the Underlying Problem:
Don't just find and solve the symptoms. That is not good enough. Talk with your boyfriend or girlfriend and figure out what the underlying problem is behind the behavior, then do what you can to fix it. It is much easier to stop a break up when you know the root problem causing it.
Discuss the Future:
Sometimes it can feel awkward discussing future plans and where you want your relationship to go, but it is a necessity if you want your relationship to last. If you have no long term goals for your relationship, and you don't know what to expect in the future, then your relationship will quickly fall apart.
Make it Work:
Once you know what the problem is, and you know where you want your relationship to head, go and make it work. If you want to be with your significant other for life, then find out what each of you can do to fix the situation and make your relationship last.
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