You should try to think a little better about the world and everything that you meet on your way. Then you will not have the need to find answers to questions or advice on the forum. Ending a relationship is no easier with age and experience, but sometimes we become so caught in patterns and schedules, the comfortable grooves of our lives, something as disruptive and jarring as ending a relationship can seem too much effort and fuss, even when we’re not at all happy. You don’t trust each other any more. Trust is one of the most important parts of any relationship and when you lose that, it’s almost certainly time to end the relationship.
Would like to add some more to what you have said. You’ve lost that lovin’ feeling way too soon. If you don’t feel consistent sparks and fireworks while dating, it’s a sure sign the chemistry just isn’t there. The people closest to you express concern. If several people sound the alarm about your relationship, it’s wise to at least take it seriously. Mistrust has crept in. Trust is the glue that holds couples together. If you have legitimate reason to doubt your partner’s trustworthiness, you can be sure more trouble is coming.
As for me I've heard a lot about it. So, I will tell what I know. And I hope that I can help with at least some information for you. Your friends and family members are tired of hearing the complaints and are wondering why the two of you are even together. If you are frequently looking at other people – You know, the cute boys or girls that pass you by all of a sudden, then this is a definitely sign. Have you cheated on your partner? Did they cheat on you? If so, then it is time for a break up. If you are in an abusive relationship, then it is definitely time to pack your bags and walk straight out that door without speaking another word.
You know we were created to enjoy our life and everything that happens to us in this world. So, do not think too much and seriously, when you can not find the answers. The signs your relationship has gone through this is simple – you find yourself questioning the other person’s motives, abilities and reasons all the time. Everything from why she’s acting so nice to you, to how much you trust her to take something that is important to you and respect it. If there’s mutual distrust on either side, it can lead to absolute crumbling of the relationship and the foundations it was built on, causing jealousy, anger, possessiveness and other negative feelings to leak free and poison the already tenuous relationship.
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