How to Get out of a Bad Relationship ...

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Dating is hard. Being in a relationship is really difficult. I've been with my now wife for almost nine years and sometimes, your relationship is like your job; sometimes you love it, sometimes you hate it. If you are in the wrong type of relationship but have absolutely no idea how to get out of it, there is a way. Not all relationships work out girls. It's okay to say that you've had enough and that it isn't for you. Take a look at my 7 tips on how to get out of a bad relationship and gain your life back!

1. Don't Just Be 'Comfortable'

How many times have you heard 'I'm just so comfortable' in your relationship versus you actually love being in a relationship? You don't ever just want to be comfortable in your relationship. You want to still have the ability to surprise one another … and if you don't, that's one surefire way to know that you've got to get out of this bad relationship.

Never Settle for Less than You Are Worth

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peony blue
one has to work at their relationship and sometimes it is hard. But be sure to be happy and enjoy your relationship and if it isn't really working move on.
Fab Eve
I left almost 2 years relationship at first everything was great but his bad attitude, emotional abuse, & verbal abuse affecting my daughter as well they're hasn't any peace in the house , it's hard ...
Aubsbyb89
Thank you for this article! I just got out of a year long relationship that should of ended a while ago. It has been so hard on me but I know at the end of the day it was the right thing. Thank you for these great words!
Jackie
Thank you Heather for this article!
Jackie
To all who are hurting, you arey sisters. I love you and have confidence in you! I have started a book to help women and men in relationships like these. I am no longer a victim but a survivor of abus...
Jackie
Cristy, you can do this! I did and NEVER looked back. My marriage was 18 years old when I walked out. I also had children. I was physically, emotionally, and spirituality abused! Isolated from friends...
Cristy
Been with my husband for 18 years, he has a "friend" at work, he refuses to give her up. The emotional abuse is too much to bear, I have to get my self confidence back (it's been shredded) and learn t...
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