Many people think arguing is the way most relationships end but this simply isn't true. Arguing involves communication and healthy debate. The silent killer involves zero communication between two people in a relationship for a long period of time. This is what ends great relationships.
1. The Silent Killer
The silent killer in relationships is also known as 'the silent treatment' or 'stonewalling', where one person ignores the other for a long period of time. This is done without warning and prior agreement, so it's often as if they have suddenly dropped off the face of the earth. Therefore, it's very different to a 'cooling off' period (usually after an argument) which should only last a couple of hours or days at the most.