When you’re unhappy in a long-term relationship, it can be difficult to gauge whether to stay or go, or even to acknowledge that you’re unhappy. If you’re undecided, these are the signs to look out for.
You’re becoming someone you don’t like
When you’re in a long-term relationship, it’s common to influence one another’s decisions, habits and even personalities over time. But if you find yourself sacrificing your values to fit into someone else’s mould of the perfect girlfriend, it’s time to get out.
You feel under-appreciated
Feeling under-appreciated or inferior is a common sign of neglect. Sacrificing your self-worth for someone who takes you for granted is just not worth it.
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He has broken your trust
When you partner consistently lies, hurts or betrays you, it erodes your ability trust anyone. This will significantly impact your future relationships and you may already find yourself distrustful of other people in your life and distancing yourself from friends.
You have irreconcilable differences
It’s common for two partners to develop different visions for your future, such as where you will live, whether you’ll get married and have children or how you manage your money. After all, no two people are exactly alike. However, if either of you refuse to compromise, or you find that you are the one making all of the compromises it may be time to assess whether it’s worth staying in the relationship.
The foundation of a strong relationship is the ability to resolve important conflicts with mutual respect and support. But if you find that you’re the one doing all of the work, it’s time to say goodbye.