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If you and your partner never fight, that doesn’t mean that you don’t have any problems, because every couple disagrees sometimes about something.
Not fighting means not addressing the issues you are having, and if you can’t deal with disagreements in a productive way, your relationship is doomed.
Mc Carthy once interviewed a woman in the midst of a nasty divorce who never doubted that the marriage would work, “Even when the woman found that she and her husband could only discuss serious topics and points of contention via email.” That’s a warning sign that your relationship is going to fail if I’ve ever seen one.
If you can’t even talk with your partner about your problems, then you should break up.
If you do, chances are your relationship is going to fail, so it might be time to break up.
Sometimes, you know a relationship is doomed before it even starts.
It can be flirtatious and fun, and definitely makes great fodder to discuss with your girlfriends over brunch.
Or you catch yourself reminiscing on things you loved about ex-partners.
One of Dan Savage's go-to phrases, which has been burned into my memory after years of listening to his Savage Love podcast, is, “Every relationship you are in will fail, until one doesn’t.” It’s easier said that understood, because, really, how do you know that your relationship is going to fail?
You're not alone if you find yourself asking, "Will we break up?
Like they offer to wash the dishes, but do it all wrong, and you get mad instead of laughing off the mistake.
Especially if it's tiny things they mean to be nice but just end up annoying you anyway.