Are you content with him or her? How many trials and errors have there been, and nothing seems to have settled? Is it getting uglier by the day? Get out of that toxic relationship, and here are some pointers on how to do so.
Quit being in denial
Sometimes you become so accustomed to the upheavals that you fail to notice and are frequently in denial that your relationship has become extremely toxic. You don’t want to lose the person because you’ve grown accustomed to him or her. However, for your own future mental peace and well-being, you must stop and leave a relationship that is constantly testing the waters.
Look at the brighter side
Try to comprehend, write it down, and recognize the good that will result from the breakup. The friends you lost, the opportunity to meet more and new people, the freedom to breathe more freely… they will all return. You no longer have butterflies in your stomach, and you are unhappy, so why torture yourself?
It is not fair to you or your partner to stay with someone just to stay with them. If your relationship isn’t what you expected it to be at the start, it’s time to remind yourself that you deserve all of the happiness in the world. Being selfish isn’t always a bad thing; it’s often necessary.
Ask for advice
If you believe there is a better way to deal with this relationship, seek advice from someone who knows you both and will not pass judgment. Of course, the advisor must be reliable. Reach out; if no one comes to mind, you could also speak with a counselor.
Be in a positive group
Because all of that negativity in your head may have clouded your mind, why not surround yourself with positive people? Motivating vibes alone can often bring out solutions you never expected to find. If you’ve decided to end your relationship, the positive people will make you feel better about yourself as well!