If You Find Yourself In Any Of These 12 Relationship Situations, You Should Leave

Xavier Sotomayor

1. If you’re in a relationship where you constantly question yourself, leave.

2. If you are in a relationship where you feel like you are competing against his ex-girlfriend(s), leave.

3. If you are in a relationship where he wants to hide you to the world because you got together a few months after his break up with the other one and he’s afraid people might say something to him for jumping in a relationship to another, leave.

4. If you are in a relationship where he doesn’t want his recent ex-girlfriend to know about your existence, leave.

5. If you are in a relationship where he is still communicating with his ex-girlfriend even though he’s aware that it makes you uncomfortable because she doesn’t even know he has a girlfriend, leave.

6. If you are in a relationship where he constantly promises that he’ll never talk to her again – even if he’s been telling you that she’s the one who’s always initiating a conversation – but keeps on breaking it, leave.

7. If you’re in a relationship where he promised to block her number (and witnessed him doing it) but you find out that he unblocked it and still communicating with her, leave.

8. If you are in a relationship where he keeps on blaming his ex-girlfriends for their break up and not acknowledging his mistakes, leave.

9. If you’re in a relationship where you are being called paranoid and/or crazy, and even yelled at, and intimidated, for saying something that keeps on bothering you and/or sharing the changes you notice in him, leave.

10. If you are in a relationship where every time you find yourselves in a stressful fight and he’s always threatening a break up, leave.

11. If you are in a relationship where he’s treating you nice when you’re at his house, in front of his family, or most especially when you’re alone in his bed, but then does not communicate with you for days, leave.

12. If you’re in a relationship in which having feelings and being sensitive is considered your fault, in which crying out of frustration because you can’t communicate with him, means he shuts you down or says, “Why would I apologize just because you cried or felt bad?”, leave. TC mark

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