If your significant other constantly is ragging on your friends, then maybe they're the problem. Your friends are the ones who will be around long after you and your SO break up, and sometimes you need them there for advice on a fight. If your partner is constantly avoiding getting to know them, or makes it obvious that they hate the people you love, maybe it is time to side with your pals.
Sex is different for each couple. Some have it a few times a month, some a few times a day. However, if the fire has completely gone out of your relationship and you can't remember the last time you felt the urge to touch their naked body, perhaps it is a sign to move onto greener pastures.
It can be something as simple as being afraid to reach for another chip to something as serious as not wanting to dance around them. The more self-conscious you are around the person you're dating, the less healthy the relationship is. If you're not able to dance like a fool to "Buttons" by the Pussycat Dolls with your significant other, who can you dance around!?
If your SO mocks you for liking music or that crappy show you love on Netflix, that says way more about them than it does about you. You should be comfortable liking exactly what you like, and if the person you're dating is a cultural snob then it is clear they don't respect you. Like what you like and kick the hater to the curb.
If your friends have legitimate reasons to hate your significant other that have to do with the way they treat you, maybe it is time to listen. Your friends have a way of being able to see the parts of your relationship we're blind to. If they don't think the situation you're in is healthy, maybe they're right.
Whenever you feel like going out with your friends your partner is, like, strangely jealous of that. You know it is time to leave a relationship when you start to feel isolated from the people you love or fear that going out with your friends will make your SO angry. You should both have lives outside of the relationship and if your partner doesn't understand that, it is time to go.
When the two of you first started dating it was nothing but making sure each other was happy. However, as time has gone on the fights have gone from slight disagreements to full blown melt-downs every time you argue. The fighting has stopped making you stronger after it is resolved and has started to affect your relationship after you've made up.
If you're not able to sleep peacefully next to this person perhaps there are some underlying issues in your relationship. Usually you can get used to the snoring or the tossing and the turning, but if you're waking up with nightmares of getting married to the person laying next to you, it is time to leave.
Although they used to be sweet and tender, now they've grown selfish and cold. When they begin to forget that you're there, like forgetting to get you a water/ beer when they get up to get one, or when they stop forgetting to do all the small things they used to do for you, you know the relationship is going down soon.
They're constantly angry when you're on your phone, asking who you're talking to. They insist on knowing every detail about your night out with friends before you go and are constantly getting pissy whenever someone looks your way.
If you find your significant other talking about the private workings of your relationship with everyone, it is a pretty clear sign of disrespect. There are some topics that are off-limits to tell people outside the confines of your relationship; this fosters an environment of mutual trust and respect. If you find that their buddies know every detail of your love life, maybe your partner is not to be trusted with your secrets anymore.
They used to be there for you at every show, event and game that you had going on. But now when you have something going on that is important to you personally or professionally, they are no where to be found. They used to be the one cheering you on, but lately you're getting the feeling that they're jealous of your success.
Your significant other should be sick of telling you how hot you are, they tell you so often. If you feel hideous and ugly constantly around your significant other, or if they make you feel less than incredible: ditch them immediately.
You can't remember the last time you two cuddled, or held hands, or did anything other than quick pecks on the lips in months. In and out of the bedroom things have gotten ice-cold and you can't remember feeling more alone. If you two can't even stand to kiss each other when you get up, perhaps it is time to move on.
Trust is the building block of any relationship, or so they say. If you're getting weird vibes from your partner and feel the need to go through their social media accounts/ phone for signs of infidelity, that means that maybe it is time to reevaluate your relationship.
When you get into a relationship, it is understandable that you would stop putting as much stock into your personal appearance. But, if you're ready to gtfo of that relationship chances are that all bets are off. You'll stop caring how much weight you gain or how many days you've gone without washing your hair.