9 Ways to Know That You're Headed for Heartbreak ...


When you’re in a relationship and your stomach is in knots most of the time, you better know that you’re headed for heartbreak.

You might not voice it to your friends, you might not even admit it to yourself, but your unhappiness is just not typical behavior for you.

What’s happening is warning bells are going off all over the place concerning your relationship and you just don’t want to deal with it.

You really should you know, because the end is inevitable anyway and you’re headed for heartbreak if you aren’t honest with yourself.

1. He Belongs to Somebody else

When you allow yourself to get involved with a man that is married or in a serious relationship with another woman, you’re headed for heartbreak.2

There’s just no other way to say it, girlfriend.

Yes, I know that marriages break-up and men sometimes marry The Other Woman, but outside of Hollywood couples, it’s just not that prevalent.

Save yourself a lot of tears and anguish, and walk away.2

Another thing to remember: He cheated on her;

he’ll probably continue the pattern and cheat on you.

When you think about it, that’s pretty much how they do it in Hollywood!

He’s a Flirt


Yeah.. This is exactly where my relationship is at right now. Makes me sad, because I keep making up excuses for why he does way does, but I think it's time to start being honest with myself and face the facts.
Sonya Rodriquez
This really hit me... Makes me sad it where i am at in my relationship... 😳
Irene Kim
He doesn't know how to handle his neediness and some times working with him understanding a little about psychology can help him. Before with the other guy I couldn't because i didn't have the information that i need to get out of where I was.
Irene Kim
A woman is pretty great at distinguishing when her man is doing something he shouldn't and he doesn't fess up. It makes him look worse. Just tell the truth. Don't hide or run. I was in another relationship like that and it was heart breaking and it really hurt the guy apologized but yet it still didn't do much good. I was in love with the guy. Before my current relationship. I told him. He wanted me to come to wedding i was thinking really? Yet the other thing was is he contacted me after his marriage and started to message me to start a fight. I told him the best thing is to stay away from him why? Because i don't need what he did to me to happen to his wife. I end up getting the blame if his marriage doesn't work i don't need him to mess my life up. Its not worth it. If you know some one like that leave. Its not worth it. The guy is emotionally unstable and seriously needs help. My man needs help i told him we are going to the doctor because his emotional neediness and unhealthy attachments are too much.
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