15 Tell Tale Signs ⚠️ Your Relationship 💑 is over 💔 for Girls Afraid of the Inevitable 😔 ...


As hard as it is, sometimes we just need to accept that a relationship is over and move on.

Faiza gives you 15 signs to know when it's just not working out anymore.

Thanks Faiza!

When in love, we are looking through rose-colored glasses, “La Viena Rousse.” Sometimes we’re so blinded by them that we ignore those very clear signs that a relationship is caput.

We do our best to overlook the obvious in place of the positives–that are slowly fading into negatives.

You continue to invest your time and emotions into what has become a one-sided relationship, because he hasn’t said those two words we dread hearing: “It’s over!” He’s doing things to drive you away without actually saying you’re done!

So, what are the signs we women should NOT overlook?

Here you go:

1. He is Okay with Making You Cry


If he makes hurtful comments repeatedly and isn't bothered by your tears, it's very much over.

This point was generously submitted by one of our readers, Daisha Raymond Garcia.

Thanks Daisha!

Feel free to contribute your own point at the end of the post.

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2. Something Seems off with Him

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If you find yourself saying that “He’s not smiling, not happy, and he’s just not the person I remember he was when we first met,” it’s most likely an indication that it’s over.2

2. Distance


You remember the times he used to be very attentive.

He used to always text, call, Skype, or email you and now...crickets.

You’re the one planning outings, most of which he flakes out on.

You have to initiate all texts and calls because he’s not doing it.

This is usually a pretty clear sign that he doesn’t care the way he did anymore.

3. Where Are We Headed?


He’s no longer talking about the direction your relationship is going in because in his mind it’s already over.2

You’re waiting for a memo that he’s never going to send out.

Instead he’s attempting to use that as a way of saying, “We’re done” without actually saying it.

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