It's very easy to miss the signs it's time to move on from a relationship.
I'm a firm believer in trying to work things out, but sometimes this isn't possible.
Perhaps we stay for the sex, because it's “familiar” or perhaps we just don't want to be alone.
Even so, it's not fair to either person to be in a relationship you don't feel right in.
Hopefully you won't need them, but here are some of the signs it's time to move on
1. One of You Doesn't Want It to Work
A good friend of mine is going through a divorce.
They were going to therapy to try to work things out, but it became obvious to him that it wasn't going to work because she didn't seem to want it to.
As far as she was concerned, it was over and their only connection would be their kids.
This kind of indifference toward your relationship is one of the biggest signs it's time to move on.
If you go to couples therapy, you need to go into it with the assumption that it's going to help;
otherwise, you're just wasting your time.