6 Common Relationship Struggles And How To Know When To Move On


Relationships are never perfect. There will always be some bumps in the road, and if you’re anything like me, you’ll get frustrated sometimes. This blog post is going to talk about some common relationship struggles that many people have been through at least once before and how to know when it’s time to move on from them.

The timing is not right

One of the most common relationships struggles that people face is when they feel like the timing isn’t right. It’s easy to get caught up in your emotions and think you’ll be ready for a relationship next week, next month, or even tomorrow but never actually act on it. In another scenario, when you are meeting the right person at the wrong time, you will find that there are bound to have issues along the way. For instance, if the person is already married, then there is no chance for you to build a relationship with them. There are many other reasons why timing might not be right, but it’s important to take the time to think about whether or not you want this person in your life if things can’t progress further than they already have.

You’re settling for what you know

Another common relationship struggle is when someone finds themselves with a partner that isn’t the best for them, but they stick around because it’s what they know. This is often called settling, and it can be tough to break out of that mindset. If you find yourself in this position, ask yourself if you’re truly happy with your current relationship. Are you content, or do you feel like something is missing? Oftentimes, people stay in bad relationships because they’re scared of the unknown, or they don’t think that they can do any better. If this is the case for you, it’s time to start thinking about what you want in a relationship and make a change.

You’re not communicating well

Communication is key in any relationship, and if you’re having a tough time with this, it’s going to hurt the relationship as a whole. You might feel like you’re not being heard or that your partner isn’t listening to what you have to say. If this is the case for you, take some time and think about how they communicate. Communication can be difficult, especially when someone doesn’t know what they want to say. Just make sure to keep your communication lines open and let them know how you’re feeling in the relationship so both of you are on the same page.

The passion isn’t there

When you’re first starting a relationship, it’s often full of passion and excitement. However, over time this might start to fade, and that passionate feeling might go away. This can be tough for some people because they’ll start to question whether or not the relationship is still worth saving. If you’re struggling with this, think about what made you fall in love with your partner in the first place. What were the things that you loved about them? If you can’t think of anything, it might be time to move on. It’s important to have passion in a relationship or else it will eventually die out.

You’re always fighting

Fights are bound to happen in any relationship, but when they become a regular thing, or it seems like you’re always fighting over the same things again and again, there might be an issue. If this is the case for you, think about why these fights are happening in your relationship. Is it because of something that one of you does? Does it seem to happen out of nowhere? If you can’t seem to get past these fights, it might be time to call it quits. Fighting is never healthy for a relationship, and it’s only going to cause more problems in the long run.

You’re not happy

Lastly, if you’re not happy in your relationship, then there’s no point in continuing with it. This is probably the toughest thing to deal with because it means that you have to admit that things aren’t right. If you’re not happy, then your partner isn’t either, and it’s time to move on. Don’t stay in a relationship just because you think it’s what you’re supposed to do. You deserve to be happy and if that’s not possible with your current partner, then it’s time to find someone else.

If any of these points resonate with you, it’s time to consider calling it quits. It is not uncommon for people who are unhappy in their current relationship to stay because they don’t want the hassle of breaking up or ending things. But there are plenty of resources available that can help make this process much less painful if you need them. You deserve happiness, and your support group will be there for you when you decide it’s time to move on from your past relationship.