11 Ways You Can Tell That Your Relationship Is Over

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Falling in love is easy, being in love is no work at all but falling out of love, that’s the hard bit. We’ve all known the pain of a difficult break-up and want to avoid heartache at all costs, but sometimes you have to bite the bullet and say enough is enough.

Read on for 11 ways to tell that your relationship is over.

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Murakami has the power to stab you right in the gut with his descriptions of loneliness, longing and painful love affairs. Reading a conversation by Murakami is like reading the words you’ve already heard spoken or words you’ve once spoken to yourself. This quote is taken from Murakami’s South of the Border, West of the Sun and goes on to give you a sharp little taster of what it must be like for your lover to fall in love with someone else.

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Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love, reflects on her tendency to fall in love with the highest potential of a man, holding on to the relationship in the hope that the person she shares her bed with will eventually become the person she wants them to be. A partner is not a project, it’s time to let go.

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Henry Rollins is my not-so-secret crush but even if we ever met I know I couldn’t tell him ten things he didn’t already know and fear that I couldn’t make him laugh so there’s no real hope for us. This quote is taken from The Portable Henry Rollins and is a reminder that if you have to grip onto your relationship with both hands, feeling like a criminal for wanting it so badly, you’re not getting what you need.

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If your Mastadon has to compete with his Bieber for a spin on the record player or your My Neighbor Totoro doesn’t get a look in on movie night over his Fast and Furious 37 then you may need to have a serious talk about compatibility.

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Remember that scene at the start of Grease where it shows Danny and Sandy frolicking on the beach, totally in love and having a whale of a time, but as soon as they meet again on the first day of school Danny just totally blanks Sandy and completely denies that she rocked his world all summer. Edna St. Vincent Millay has summed that whole situation up in 18 beautiful words. If he can’t love you all year round, in all situations and with or without skin-tight, shiny black pants, then he’s not worth it.

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We’re all nodding our heads in recognition here. If we’ve never allowed ourselves to be sucked, so deeply into another person’s life that we’ve forgotten the joy of our own then we know someone who has. I once knew a girl who was a militant vegetarian until she started dating a guy who loved going to steakhouses. Suddenly she ate her steaks rare.
This quote is taken from Hemingway’s Men Without Women.

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I can’t help but feel for every one of Johnny Depp’s ex-lovers. At what point does the ‘second’ become the ‘first’?

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If you feel just like Marla Singer from Fight Club and fear that your boyfriend/girlfriend may be suffering from an extreme, and I mean EXTREME, case of the multiple disassociated personality syndrome and may just be plotting to blow up the financial center of the western world, effectively bringing the global credit system back to ‘ground zero’, it might be time to think about taking a break.

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Figuring out what is false and what is true is the hardest part. Once you’ve done that you can pick away all of the false promises made, lies told and endless disappointments and see what’s left of your relationship. If it’s nothing much then it’s time to liberate yourself.

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This quote, taken from Gunnar Ardelius’s debut novel I Need You More Than I Love You and I Love You To Bits gets right to the heart of the matter. If you feel like the best bits of your relationship are already behind you then why are you still together? Every day should be a gift.

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‘And I finally realized,’ a friend once said to me, ‘that I had only stayed with him so long because I really, really, loved his dog.’
When your boyfriend or girlfriend’s pet is the water-soluble, barely adhesive glue that’s holding your relationship together, it’s time to move on. This quote is taken from Kintz’s Who Moved My Choose?: An Amazing Way to Deal With Change by Deciding to Let Indecision Into Your Life.

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