Any relationship is worth building and keeping if only both partners are working towards the main goal of making it successful and are willing to do it wholeheartedly. Building a healthy relationship is a mutual decision and requires combined and collective effort. We all understand that each relationship has its own ups and downs and not all relationships always have a bubbly and happy ending. Most if not all of us have experienced break-ups at some point in our lives and we have all struggled to move on by building ourselves and making ourselves better than we were before.
There are times however, where letting go of a toxic partner or a toxic relationship was the best thing to do – even when it doesn’t feel good or right in the present. It is a personal decision to move on from a relationship that is toxic and is not working out no matter how much effort you’ve put in.
Your partner constantly breaks your trust. There is a reason why trust is one of the top pillars of a healthy and successful relationship and it is the foundation upon which a relationship is built. Any kind of mistrust and deceit between two partners in a relationship destroys the foundation built completely.
In a healthy relationship, both partners should uplift each other positively both spiritually, emotionally and physically. Every relationship has it’s rough patches along the way but it’s more of a building experience. Partners should accept each other inspite of their flaws and be supportive of one another, as well as listening to one another at all times. If you find yourself in a position where you don’t feel positive after talking to your partner or you are in a negative mood when you see your partner and you actually want to avoid them, like they don’t excite you when they are around, then it may be time to move on from the relationship.
Your partner does not listen to you. A person that values you and values your relationship will make you their priority even when you are trying to have a conversation. They will care more about how you feel. They will be attentive when you speak and be ready to listen to what you say. They will not shut you out or talk you over or even embarrass you by shouting at you in public and causing a scene. A good and healthy relationship requires respect from both partners.