Walk Away From A Relationship If Your Partner Says These 6 Things

In this article, we will discuss six key phrases that, if your partner says them, should make you think about ending the relationship.
Walk Away From A Relationship If Your Partner Says These Things

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When someone is in love, they tend to ignore the warning signs of being in a relationship with the wrong person. In this article, we will discuss six key phrases that, if your partner says them, should make you think about ending the relationship. These phrases are not just casual remarks but serious signs of deeper problems and potential emotional harm.
  • Don't want to hurt you - What they are actually saying is that if you let things continue the way they are, you will most likely get hurt. People say they do not want to hurt you right before they do. This is not a sign of affection. This is a warning label. Do not ignore it.
  • I am not looking for a relationship - It is not a question of timing. It is not because they are not looking for a relationship in principle. They have decided that they do not want a relationship with you specifically. Do not take that as an invitation to wait them out or try to change their mind by proving to them how great you are.
  • You are too good for me - Do not take this phrase as a compliment. It is a promise. They have figured out what you want and what you deserve and have already decided they either cannot or do not want to give it to you. This is not an opportunity for you to prove them wrong and reassure them that they are in fact good enough for you. Believe them and move on.
  • This is your problem, not mine - This statement is often used to avoid taking responsibility for relationship troubles happening.
  • It is all your fault - Your partner should avoid pointing fingers and potentially escalating the situation and should explain how they feel rather than using accusatory statements.
  • You are being too emotional - This phrase is often used to shut someone down and invalidate their feelings.
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