How do you know when it’s the right time to give up.. in a relationship..


It’s been 4 years and things have started getting out if hand. My lady’s not the same person i fell in love with but leaving her will concously break her heart and subconsciously break mine. What to do?

Category: asked August 18, 2013

8 Answers

Why is she not the same? Is she not the same in a bad way? Or do you just not like the changes? Because there's a difference.
You need to talk to her and be honest with her and let her know how you're feeling. She deserves to know whether she's changed over the years or not.
People change over time. But it's only an issue when the changes are either a) harmful to others or b) you two are like two puzzle pieces that don't fit together anymore.
Well, does she know how you feel? Talk to her, tell her how you feel about your relationship, how you think you have both changed during it. Ending the relationship without letting her know why, or even giving you both a chance to repair it, is undoubtedly a bad idea and will most likely make her,and possibly you, feel even worse in the end.
If you feel there is no way you can save your relationship, end it. It'll upset her naturally and yourself, 4 years is a long time. It's not fair on either of you to keep this relationship going if you don't see anything good coming from it.
when you ask strangers that question, then its see, advice is what you ask for when you already know the answer.
We all change over time Bryce,so communicate with her,think hard about what has changed and perhaps what has also changed in you ,because something in you has no doubt changed as well.
If you truly love her and want to be with her,than you will make the effort to see what together you can do,but more importantly look at yourself and see if there is anything there that you can do about yourself first.
Often its us changing and we dont see it.So take a step back a sec and dont throw in the towel to easily ,if its mean to be you'll figure it out.
I think when you start doubting the relationship you're technically already thinking of ending it. But hey, relationships take work even after four years it's not gonna magically fix itself. If she's changed, let her know how it's affected you and see if you's can work it out from there.
If you're not happy, leave. It's as simple as that. It's unfair to both of you if you stay in a relationship and you're unhappy and know you can't marry the other.
Break up with her to keep your sanity. With the way you are worry, you just might get high blood pressure.