When is Enough, Enough?

Had Enough? Here’s When to Throw in the Towel

Most of us know how much work and compromise good relationships take. So when does the work and compromise become excessively unhealthy? When we are in love and comfortable with someone and have invested a lot of time in the relationship it can be hard to realize that all the work and compromising in the world won’t fix things. So when is enough really enough? Let’s look at a some signs that could help you determine when it’s time to call it quits and move on.

Making Frequent Excuses

As humans, we all make mistakes, but if your partner is constantly displaying negative and disappointing behavior, it may be time to end things. If you love them, you probably make excuses for them. Whatever the reason for their actions, it does not change the fact that they are disrespecting you and your relationship. And the excuses you constantly make for your partner are tiring to everyone around you and they aren’t buying it. It’s time to wake up and put a stop to it by walking away from your partner. You deserve better.

Actions Speak Louder than Fancy Words

They seem to know how to say all the right things to you, but relationships cannot thrive on words alone. Fancy words and good intentions don’t make a healthy partnership. They must be supported by actions. Otherwise it is just false advertising. Without follow-through, your’re loving under false pretenses and your relationship is just an unhealthy cycle of lies. You will be inevitably disappointed and resentful of your partner.

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Losing Yourself 

A compromise doesn’t mean doing everything they want to keep them happy (and quiet). This is the recipe for an unbalanced relationship. While there is always give and take when it comes to sharing your life with another person, there are just some things you should never compromise on—your sense of self, your self-respect, your morals and your ultimate goals. Don’t give into a life you do not want. This builds heavy co-dependency, anger and resentment because you will regret compromising in such ways.

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8 thoughts on “When is Enough, Enough?

  1. Marc from the UK

    How may of us constantly put up with behaviour that is unacceptable? I did for many years, all that happened was my imagination of fears self doubt, and insecurities, that held me in place never actually happened after we called it a day. THE MORAL OF THE STORY IS GET OUT! Our minds are capable of trickery if we allow it. We are all capable of much better. I can only liken this to we are what we think. We have to adapt our thinking and believe in better. It will happen :}

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  2. Seren ext. 5445Seren, Ext 5445

    Alina, you hit the proverbial nail right on the head!

    The excellent suggestions you gave in your article might be varied, but they all have one common starting point and that is Honesty.

    We must have the courage to be honest with ourselves about what we truly need and want, about where we can compromise without selling out or selling ourselves short, about what our partner is willing and able to give in actuality and not just hang on because of their potential and, ultimately, how much time and effort we are willing and/or able to invest into a partner without experiencing much in return.

    The best part is that these same questions can be applied to any type of relationship dynamic, not only romantic relationships.

    Brightest Blessings,
    Seren, Ext 5445

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  3. Blackempress

    Many relationships out there r unbalanced but ppl need their partners so keep things under control. Many sober relationships hide plenty under the cover. They may b suffering from 1 or 2 of the points but it’s just rolled under the carpet!

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  4. maryannex9146Maryanne x9146

    Alina,

    Great article. It’s always important to find that balance between the comfort of a relationship and someone else’s needs and our own self-respect when the other party in the relationship is exhibiting less than a full respect for us or for the relationship.

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  5. sony

    Thanx a lot 4 this wonderful article. Yes it tells me to put an end….. Truly i lived in a fantasy world…. I believed in what all they said…. But love should not be just in words.. Thank u once again dear.

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  6. Psychic Glenna 5418

    Wow, Alina!
    This is one of the best articles I have read on if and when to end an unhappy relationship.
    Truly, people are to be judged by their actions, Love acts the part.
    Many Bright Blessings!
    Glenna
    5418

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