9 Times When Leaving The Person You Love Is The Right Thing To Do

Leaving is hard especially when you are leaving the person you love so much.

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9 Times When Leaving The Person You Love Is The Right Thing To Do



Leaving the person you love can be difficult, but sometimes it is the right thing to do.

“I will not try to convince you to love me, to respect me, to commit to me. I deserve better than that; I AM BETTER THAN THAT…Goodbye.”

― Steve Maraboli

Leaving is hard especially when you are leaving the person you love so much.

We get committed to the people we love in order to live a simple and peaceful life. As responsible adults, lesser the drama we encounter, greater are chances of finding peace and happiness. But not all adults understand this need for stability and peace. In a lot of cases, it turns out that the person you love is giving you trouble instead of peace. So, it’s better to break up with that person. You are probably wondering how can breaking up be a good thing to do.

For that, we have made a list of 9 signs which will help you understand why it’s good for you to break up with the person you love so much.

(1) They do not talk about future plans with you:

Your partner might talk about love but you never see them making future plans with you. Whenever you raise the topic, they tend to avoid them. This implies they are not interested in having a future with you. In that case, it’s better to leave them before they leave you.




(2) They are irresponsible:

Every relationship demands responsibility from both sides. If your partner is irresponsible, then it’s high time you think about leaving because you are not in a romantic relationship to babysit anyone.

(3) They are abusive:

No matter how much you love a person, you cannot give them the power to become abusive. Being abusive is in no way related to any form of love. Any sort of abuse, verbal, psychological or anything is wrong. If the person is abusive towards you, they will be abusive to others too and you can’t change them. So, it will be wiser for you to leave.

(4) They are violent:

Violence is not at all an expression of love or possessiveness. If your partner is violent, you can forgive but you shouldn’t let yourself remain a victim.