3 reasons why people leave committed relationships

By Miss Kes

Thursday, July 19, 2018

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Sometimes it's not about what you did that caused your relationship to sink; sometimes it is what you did not do. Unfortunately, and sadly, even relationships that seemingly appeared solid will fail, and many times it is for one or more of the reasons below.

Love affair

Many couples will confess that the number one reason their relationships fell apart was simply due to one person or both parties being unfaithful.

Constant battles

Arguing can lead to fatigue and people become tired of fussing and fighting and so one person may decide that they have had enough.

They want out

If something is not working and someone decides that they have had enough of you, it makes no sense to hold on. Truth is, most people leave a relationship before they leave physically – it all begins in their minds and once a person just wants out, there's not much that can be done to change their minds.

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