SAGITTARIUS: 5 Signs It’s Time To Break Up

Sagittarius people don’t really have a tough time getting into relationships. This should not be a surprise.

After all, Sagittarius people can be thrown into any kind of social situation and it’s like throwing fish into water.

They thrive on the tension and muted uncertainty when facing people they don’t know. They love the thrill of getting to know strangers.

This is why Sagittarius people make for great salespeople. They make for great business development and business people. They just love people.

As amazing as all this may be, it also actually cuts the gains at Sagittarius.

Establishing social ties are so easy for them that their intimate relationships actually tend to be shallow.

It’s not uncommon for them to jump from one relationship to another.

It’s very hard for them to really get some skin in the game as far as their interpersonal relationships are concerned because they always have many different options.

There’s always a backup. There’s always other people looking to be their next partner.

If you’re a Sagittarius person and you’re in a relationship and you’re trying to determine whether you’re going to break up with your partner, you have the reassurance that you will have a relationship to replace your current one.

However, it’s always a good idea to only break off relationships if it’s actually time to break a relationship.

Here are five solid signs that it’s time to call it a day.

1 – You Find Yourself Thinking of Someone Else More Often

The funny thing about infidelity is that it often takes place mentally and emotionally before it takes place physically.

For a partner to head for the exit of a relationship, they must have reached a certain point.

However, don’t fool yourself into thinking that they are completely faithful to you before they reach that physical point.

In many cases, for them to physically exit the relationship, they’ve already emotionally left it a long time ago.

If you find yourself thinking of someone else, chances are you are becoming emotionally distant from your partner.

It would be fundamentally and grossly unfair to your partner if they don’t know this.

Do yourself a big favor by simply telling your partner that “Maybe we should take some time off.”

If they press you for the reason, just tell them that “I’m actually having second thoughts. I’m thinking about our situation; I’m also thinking about other people.”

If they’re truly mature, they would be able to understand this and they would be able to accept the situation.

2 – You’re Walking on Eggshells around Him

If that special man in your life is so emotionally intimidating or is so emotionally fragile, you might find yourself boxed into a corner.

You might find yourself walking on eggshells around that person. You are so afraid of offending him or upsetting him that you’re holding back on your emotions.

This is a serious problem. A relationship is supposed to be a comfortable space in which two people can grow. It must be a place where there are no secrets.

It’s very hard to have this kind of relationship if you are always holding back on some things that you don’t want to upset your partner.

If you see yourself doing this more often, you might want to talk to him and either call for a timeout or simply call off the relationship.

3 – You Two Have More Things You Don’t Talk About Than Things You Talk About

It all begins with you feeling uncomfortable on your partner and you hold back on talking about certain topics.

Things get worse when he does the same thing with you.

It doesn’t stop there. The situation doesn’t stop at that point. It gets worse and worse.

All of a sudden, you reach a point where all categories of topics are simply off-limits because some way, somehow, somebody will be offended or upset.

Instead of your relationship forming a nurturing space in which you can grow and explore each other and yourselves, it has become a prison.

It’s an emotional prison with invisible walls, but it’s still a prison. You feel that you are not free, you feel that you are living based on some sort of schedule.

If you feel this, then it’s time to break up.

4 – You’re Hanging Onto a Relationship Because You’ve Invested So Much Time into It

This is actually one of the most common reasons why people hang on to bad relationships.

This is also one of the stupidest reasons to hang on to a relationship thinking you’re loving unconditionally.

If your relationship is not doing you any favors, then you need to cut your losses. Simply investing more of your time and emotional energy into it is not going to heal it.

It’s like throwing good money after bad. It doesn’t make any sense.

It’s like an investor dropping another $1 million into a business that has already burned through $10 million.

It’s never going to end; you’re only going to end up feeling lousy-and, if this will lead to your eventual breakup, all that much worse.

It’s time to nip it in the bud if you feel that you’re not getting the benefit of the bargain as far as your emotional investment is concerned.

5 – You Feel that You’re Not Emotionally Maturing in Your Relationship

Your relationship should be a nurturing space.

If you feel that your relationship has reached a point where it keeps you from growing, then it’s high time to pull the trigger on it.

You’re not really doing yourself or your partner any favors by hanging onto something that is only making both of you tense. You’re really not moving the ball forward as far as your relationship is concerned.

It’s much better for both of you to be completely honest about your situation and look at your options.

The best option, of course, is to simply call for a timeout.

This way you can get some time to reflect and figure out what’s important. You might want to go over and revisit your relationship.

However, if it becomes clear that there’s really no way that things will turn around, then don’t hesitate to pull the trigger. 

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