Is It Over?

Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue

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Sometimes, you fall in love with someone, and everything is great at first. Then, it happens. Things start to take a turn for the worst. Now, everyone gets into fights, so how do you know if your relationship just needs a repair or if it is truly over? The answer is different for everyone, but here are a few things that can signal that the relationship is no more.

1. You no longer communicate with one another.

If you were used to being open with each other and sharing your days and your lives, and that has stopped, then, this could signal that your relationship is in trouble. Communication in a relationship is important for a lot of people, so the lack of communication could signal that something has gone wrong.

2. You no longer trust each other.

If you can't rely on the other person to stand up for you or have your back, then this could signal that the two of you are no longer compatible. Trust is something that many people want to have in a relationship, and without it, you might be left wondering if the person really cares for you.

3. You no longer enjoy doing any activities with one another.

Now, couples can have different interests, but when you find that you are not able to do anything with the other person and have fun, then it could signal that the two of you are no longer in a relationship. Having fun with a loved one is usually something that people enjoy. Most people don't want to do all of their activities alone.

Relationships can be tricky and finding out whether your relationship has ended can be even trickier, so the best bet for figuring this out might just be to talk to the other person and see how he or she feels. You never know. You might be able to fix the issues that you are dealing with.

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