Make a Change for the Better
Relationships are never easy, and they do take work to maintain. But if you feel like your relationship is all work and no joy, it may be time to shake things up. Whether that’s trying something new with your partner, choosing to be single again, or pursuing a new love, you need to recognize these seven signs that it’s time to make a change.
- An Uneasy Gut Feeling
Instinct is the gut feeling you get when Spirit is communicating with you. Any low-frequency feelings, like anger or fear, could be signs from Spirit or the Universe that things between you and your significant other may be a bit stormy. In fact, if you aren’t feeling peace, love, and contentment in your relationship, it’s time to change things up.
- Being Together Feels Like Work
Good relationships push us to become better people, but if your relationship feels like too much work, it’s time for change. You shouldn’t feel like you’re spinning your wheels with no progress. And while it is true that not all relationships are easy sailing, if all of the work is only being done by one member of the relationship, then maybe it’s time to sit down and talk it out.
- Boredom Has Set in
The longer a relationship lasts, the easier it is for it to fall into a routine, which means there’s plenty of potential for either or both members of it to become bored. While there’s nothing wrong with having a routine, boredom can absolutely end a relationship. So, when it feels like boredom is beginning to set in, change things up by trying out a new restaurant, exploring a farmer’s market or festival, or finally purchasing tickets for one of the theaters in town. If you need a real shake up, splurge a little and take a weekend to explore further afield. You may discover more exciting things about each other than you thought this way.
- You Suddenly Have a Short Fuse
No relationship is so perfect that couples won’t fight or snap at each other sometimes; however, if snappishness is becoming a regular part of your relationship dynamics, you need to sit down and figure things out before things quick. It may be that work stress, or other outside factors are causing you frustration, and that’s fine, but you should not be taking it out on your significant other. If, after talking it out, you find there’s more there than can be hashed out over dinner and drinks, consider meditation for calming methods, or contacting a Love Psychic.
- The Relationship Feels Unbalanced
Relationships need two people to keep them going. They aren’t one-sided affairs after all, so if only one of you are always initiating the interactions, whether it’s setting up dates or just shooting your lover a quick text good night, your relationship is not balanced. Balance is needed to keep a relationship healthy and conflict-free, so if one of you feels like things are off-kilter, come together to figure out how best to rebalance the scales.
- Suffocated by Love
Are they always texting you or calling you? Do the texts and calls go on and on? Has it been a while since either of you did anything that didn’t involve the other? Just because you’re in a relationship with someone doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy things alone or with other people. Before you started this relationship, you both had friend groups, hobbies, and interests that didn’t intersect, and if a generally smothered feeling has started to creep up on you, it’s time to start picking those hobbies up again, and calling your friends to go out. Changing the atmosphere around the relationship is usually good for it and you. As they say, absence makes the heart grow fonder.
- Sex isn’t Fun Anymore
Sex is part of many a healthy relationship, but even that can become boring if, at the end of the day, you do the same thing you’ve done since you first began sleeping together. If you’ve both gotten to a point where you’d rather just go to sleep than physically connect because you’re over the regular routine, you desperately need a change. Talk it out together, be clear about your wants and interests, and just as clear about what you’re not interested in doing, and then have fun experimenting. Even if something doesn’t create a spark, you learned something new about each other, and that alone has already created a change between you. Just keep everything safe, sane, and consensual, and you’ll be good to go.
When it comes to relationships, there is no normal—what works for some won’t necessarily work for others, and that’s okay. And when it comes to boundaries and comfort zones, only you can set them for yourself. No matter how long you’ve been in a relationship, it’s important to take inventory from time to time to make sure it still works for you and your needs. This is your responsibility, just as initiating the conversation about change is your responsibility. If you need help getting that conversation going, or if you’d like some perspective on the state of your relationship, one of our Love Psychics would be happy to advise you.
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8 thoughts on “7 Signs Your Relationship Needs to Change”
Hello well I don’t know I was in a relationship about 10 years with a guy and he went to prison for 7 years that was before I met him meant to my baby sister dad has passed and I relationship started out but he don’t really want to get married never been married and keeps coming back and forth so I don’t think he really loves me cuz he don’t really say it out of 10 years so I feel like it’s a waste of time I’ve been on dating sites I just I don’t know if it’s a place where I live at I have never had problems meet guys but I don’t know what’s going on why men’s don’t approach me I don’t know what’s wrong with me is it me or them
Hi I am Monica I cheated on my ex boyfriend and he broke up with me and I started seeing the guy I cheated with for 6 mths he broke up with me also so am I getting either of them back into my life
Very good article and it’s true 100%.
How do you walk away from from a nice lady that says she loves me but I never see her. She doesn’t have anywhere to go. I know she likes other men and she won’t divorce her first husband and and I’m 16 years older than her. I’m stuck
I left a man who I really feel was my soul mate for a long while. But he slowly brainwashed me, isolated me, probably because of the age difference and I have been successful on my own. I broke free!#! Met my new soul pal..and I am allowed to follow my dreams..I do what I feel and my new love let’s me be me. Thank god!
Very good advice.
I need this help married 36 years had kids they are grown haven’t been in love for past 10 years have not lived together in 6 years but there was prison separation in that don’t want to be along anxiety fear feel there’s no one else out there for me don’t want to break hearts but what todo?????
What an interesting article to help those who have gone off track in their relationships.
Before the love is gone it is better to have that convo and work on fixing the issues.
Taking responsibility is the most important point your made, after all waiting for someone to change or fix what you are feeling will never happen. Each person in the relationships needs to be there for it to work, both talking and listening.
If any of the 7 points are happening it might be time to let go and move on.