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    Do You Think It’s Time To Break Up?


    Have things come to the point where you feel as if you're walking on eggshells when you're around them?

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    Are you convinced that your relationship is worth saving?

    How's your sex life going?

    Do you still like spending time with each other, or do you feel as if you're just doing it out of obligation?

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    Have you ever broken up with each other before?

    Do you consider them to be a part of your future plans?

    Do you have the same aspirations and ambitions for your future?

    Would you rather spend time with them than anybody else if you had the choice?

    Do you ever feel ignored, rejected or as if your feelings don’t matter to them?

    Have you had an open and honest conversation with your partner about your feelings?

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    Do You Think It’s Time To Break Up?
    Not so quickly... You should think about it again.

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    Things may be awful right now, or have been for a time, but it appears that you and your partner have a genuine relationship and affection for each other. If you both sincerely want your relationship to work, you will go to any length to make it so. It may not appear so right now, but it is possible to return to the state in which you were when you were madly in love and didn't seem to care about anything. It is absolutely worth a shot. If you are unable to do so on your own, you may wish to seek the assistance of a professional relationship counselor.
    It's possible that your relationship can be saved.

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    It's not a good idea to cut things off too soon because there appears to be something here to work with. You both appear to be committed to each other and to have true love and respect for one another, so there is a strong foundation here. If both of you are willing and committed, you could seek the advice of a competent couple's counselor to see if you can make this work. It deservingly deserves a second shot!
    It could be time to call it quits.

    Things haven't been right for a long time, and it's unlikely that you'll be able to recover from this. Maybe the two of you aren't meant to be together, maybe too much has happened between you to be able to fix it, or maybe there's a crucial issue between you that you can't seem to address. Whatever the case may be, you both deserve to be truly happy and have the relationship you've always desired, even if it's not with each other! So, think about it and then make a decision.

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