Warning Signs Youre Not as into Your New Relationship as You Once Thought ...

By Heather

The idea is that you get into a relationship because you like or love the person you're with and you want to be in one. That's not true for everybody, though. Sometimes, people end up in relationships just because they don't want to be alone. Sometimes, they force themselves into one even though it's not right. Sometimes, things seem really great at first, but then they start to realize that they're not really happy at all. The point is, there are lots of reasons why someone might discover that they don't dig their new relationship. These are some of the biggest warning signs.

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  1. not only do you never have anything to talk about
  2. but you don't really want to talk to your partner either
  3. you make excuses not to hang out together
  4. you prefer going out with your friends
  5. you never really care what your partner is doing
  6. you spend more time arguing than actually talking
  7. you're not really into having sex at all
  8. and you look for ways to get out of being intimate
  9. you've stopped learning things about your partner
  10. you don't volunteer any new information, either
  11. when you make plans, you rarely include your boyfriend/girlfriend
  12. there's no joy or contentment when you're together
  13. you just don't feel comfortable with your partner or in the relationship
  14. you feel angry or sad constantly
  15. you spend a lot of time complaining about your relationship
  16. everything your partner does irritates you
  17. you're starting to act like you're single

1 Not Only do You Never Have Anything to Talk about

Not one single thing – in fact, some days you'd be happy if you never had to talk to you partner again.

2 But You Don't Really Want to Talk to Your Partner Either

There will probably come a point where everything your boyfriend/girlfriend says irritates, angers, or annoys you.

3 You Make Excuses Not to Hang out Together

You'll do anything to avoid spending time together, even if it means going shopping for shoes with your mom or going to the gym when you absolutely hate the gym.

4 You Prefer Going out with Your Friends

You want to spend your free time with people who interest you, and more often than not, that ends up being your friends, not your boo.

5 You Never Really Care What Your Partner is Doing

He/she could be cheating on you or running away to Alaska for all you care.

6 You Spend More Time Arguing than Actually Talking

Because, again, you just don't have anything to talk about, and at least arguments break up the monotony.

7 You're Not Really into Having Sex at All

To be honest, there's a book you'd rather be reading.

8 And You Look for Ways to Get out of Being Intimate

You'll make any excuse, even if it involves acting like your period just lasted for a full month.

9 You've Stopped Learning Things about Your Partner

You just don't care to learn anything new because nothing is even impressing you anymore.

10 You Don't Volunteer Any New Information, Either

Likewise, it just doesn't seem worth the time to reveal anything new about yourself.

11 When You Make Plans, You Rarely Include Your Boyfriend/girlfriend

You don't care what your partner's doing, after all, and you'd rather have fun and be free for a little while.

12 There's No Joy or Contentment when You're Together

Anytime you're in the same space, everything just feels heavy, oppressive, and negative.

13 You Just Don't Feel Comfortable with Your Partner or in the Relationship

You're not comfortable in your own skin, and you may even feel bad about yourself.

14 You Feel Angry or Sad Constantly

You can't even remember what it was like to feel happy with the person you're dating.

15 You Spend a Lot of Time Complaining about Your Relationship

Not only that, but you've noticed that there are more things to complain about than there are things to be happy about.

16 Everything Your Partner Does Irritates You

The way he breathes, the way she chews, his habit of leaving his dirty clothes all over the floor, her tendency to leave soda cans everywhere...

17 You're Starting to Act like You're Single

You're not just harmlessly looking anymore. Now it's a struggle to resist flirting with or chatting up other people.

'Fess up, girls. Did you ever find yourself in a relationship that you just hated?

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