It all started out so well and before you know it you can’t stop asking yourself if you’re with the right person.
If the little voice inside you continues to nag about who you’re with, it is time to examine your heart and the ‘situationship’ you are in.
You have to convince yourself you are fine but are you? Or you’re thinking about someone else but should you? These should be clear signs enough to warrant action.
Before making things worse in the long run do some deep thinking and make a decision. Here are signs you are dating the wrong person.
You’re not Happy
People who are in good relationships are generally happy. This is not to say that they don’t argue or get mad at each other, even couples in the healthiest relationships get into each other’s nerves. And yes there are times you will feel down and struggle emotionally but is this always the case.
If you are unhappy much of the time especially when you’re with your partner then he may not be the best person for you.
People you love want you to break up
It doesn’t get more clear than that really. These feelings could have risen because the people who love you may have seen something wrong which you may or may not have seen. You owe yourself to give their concerns a listen.
You have someone else in mind
Sometimes it has nothing to do with the person you’re with. They are a good partner but deep down you wish you were with someone else. This could be an ex or someone you secretly have feelings for and wish you were with. If you’re constantly thinking of another man or woman something is wrong. Do your oblivious partner a favor and let them find someone suitable as you sort your emotional baggage.
Cons outweigh pros
Sometimes it helps to do a relationship analysis. List down the advantages and disadvantages of dating your partner and compare. If the reasons to stay are more compelling do it. But if it is the opposite, cut your losses and move on.
Your instincts want you to get out
Ignore your instincts at your own peril. This inner voice always has a way of being right and should never be taken lightly. If you really feel something is wrong and that voice keeps warning you to leave your partner that is all you need to do and hear. Leave!
You are denying the truth
If you know something is wrong with your partner or relationship, don’t fight the facts. It is normal not to want to believe there is something wrong with your partner or admit the fact that every time you are together all you do is argue or have sex.
Whatever the issue, if you are constantly convincing yourself and others that all is ok when the truth is quite the opposite, you are dating the wrong person.