3 Reasons Why You Should’ve Seen The Breakup Coming
The end of a relationship can come as a shock. Other times, intuition sensed its onset all along. Have you ever looked back on an old beau post-breakup and realized the two of you were doomed for failure from the start? It’s easy to ignore the signs when you’re trying to hold on, but just so you don’t make the same mistake in future romance endeavors, we’re listing three significant red flags women often overlook prior to the end of their relationships. – Stephanie Long
You jumped into the relationship before getting over the last.
No class of relationship fizzles faster than a rebound. Why? Because nine times out of 10, when we decide to rebound, we do so as a subconscious means to heal. But once that healing process is done and once our minds are cleared, we no longer need that buffer, and subsequently send our minute men packing faster than we invited them to stay.
It was “love” at first sight.
It’s the hasty honeymoon phase with lustful liaisons that causes us to miss issues that could later pose problems. Three months down the line, and you’re just now realizing you two have nothing intellectually in common? Whoops. Lesson learned here. It’s better to take measured moments to smell the flowers than it is to be overcome by the allure of their pretty colors.
Communication was seriously lacking.
Yes, he was attractive. We totally get it. But when it came to digging below the surface, how often did you two have conversation beyond the feelings of a moment? Was your man verbally available during the easy breezy good times but colder than arctic winds when it came to confronting serious issues? Communication is key in any successful relationship, as we all know, so if this was missing from yours, chances are the breakup was written in the stars before things even had a chance to get steamy