7 Indisputable Reasons to End Your Relationship Immediately ...

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From the classic “we need to talk” breakup phrase to the “it’s just not working out” explanation, there are seemingly endless reasons to end your relationship. Breaking up is difficult. It can mean tears, frustration, anger and confusion. But no matter how long you’ve been together, how old you are or how much you think you love him, these 7 scenarios are the definitive reasons to end your relationship ASAP.

1. Physical Abuse

No-one deserves to be abused. And if you consider the many reasons to end your relationship, physical abuse should take the number one slot every single time. There are not enough roses in the world to take back bruises or broken bones. Apologies will not make you forget the pain. Your personal safety and health is not worth sticking around in the hopes that he will change. If your boyfriend, husband or partner hits you, you need to leave them immediately. Turn to family and friends for help, notify the police. Leave and never look back.

Emotional and Verbal Abuse

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Hayley
My boyfriend and I have been dating for 4 years now, neither of us have had a serious relationship before. We could move in together tomorrow and get married the next day and he would be totally fine ...
Carolyn Stratton
I\'ve been dating (currently engaged) this guy for just about 6 yrs now, and this last year got pretty rocky for us, and I ended up moving out into my own apt. This is unfortunately what it took to ge...
Tonya R
Thank you Jackie & Sara...I\'m seriously confused and don\'t want to deal with this,so I\'m going to try my best to find the answers to all these questions I have and hope I make the best decision...
Sara
Tonya serial cheaters will always be just that. It\'s unfortunate that there are children involved but you have to do what\'s right for you and their happiness will fall into place . My husband chea...
Jackie Jardine
@Cindy You sound awfully lonely. But don\'t lose hope! Sometimes people get stuck in a rut, whether they\'re married or in a committed relationship long term. Have you tried couple\'s counseling?
Jackie Jardine
@Tonya R That\'s a tough situation. But ultimately you have to make the decision that best serves your happiness and the children\'s happiness. If his cheating is destroying your family, I guess you h...
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