1: Disagreements break out into arguments: Disagreeing is a part of life, and positive debates and arguments are the better part of a healthy relationship that allows you to learn of and bond with your other. In this scenario, I’m talking about flat-out yelling, screaming, and tantrum explosions. Where there are really no arguments rather than attempts at one-sided force or driving the other away.
2: The thought of them or their presence brings a negative feeling: This one is pretty extreme but it does happen. Simply the sight of them entering the room is enough to lower your mood and depress you; this also goes hand in hand with any thought of them lowers your mood. If there is enough conflict and negativity, this is a definite possibility.
3: You don’t understand each other: Mystery is a good thing between people. Sometimes you don’t know why someone does something, but surprises are good though! This negative type of misunderstanding that I’m warning you of comes from not being in tune with your partner. Usually, you can tell what your partner will do next, with the exception of major surprise. The more your partner feels like a stranger, the greater the chance of there not being a relationship.
4: You don’t feel like making the effort for each other: Think of your friend or your partner. Would you make a sandwich for them? How about taking them out to dinner? How about drive them 30 minutes to their work? … Although these are all increasing in “Difficulty” you probably would do 2 or all of them for a friend or your love, at least once. All of these require effort. If you don’t want to do it for them… or anything at all. Then your relationship might be having some major problems and will need help before you get to repairing relationships.
5: You stop caring: You don’t think of your friend or love anymore… More importantly, when they come to mind, it doesn’t elicit any emotion or extra thoughts about them. You need to have trust in a relationship to avoid any love problems or potential martial problems.