7 relationship red flags

 

  1. You seem to be arguing over and over again about the same things, it feels like its getting worse.
  2. You find it difficult to connect and find it difficult or uncomfortable talking about your feelings or concerns about the relationship.
  3. You’re not really talking, you may be living parallel lives with minimal interaction or silence has become the norm.
  4. You’re intimacy is suffering and your sex life has slowed or stopped.
  5. You may be considering pursuing another outside of your relationship.
  6. Balancing work and looking after children has taken priority over your partner.
  7. You feel exacerbated and defeated.

If any of these points sound familiar to you, we urge you to consider seeking relationship counselling so that your relationship doesn’t deteriorate further.

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