The three obvious signs it’s time to walk away from your relationship – and everyone else can see them but you

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If you feel like you’re stuck in a relationship rut and can’t decide whether it’s time to walk away, there are three tell-tale signs you can spot.

According to relationship expert Olga Levancuka, there are three factors in a relationship that prove it is time you should cut ties.

Olga also believes that in many cases, other people around you can see the signs long before you can. Here she shares the three signs to spot.

  1. You’re not their priority: Being someone’s priority isn’t necessarily all about spending every waking moment together. It’s about playing an important role in each other’s life and being truly connected.

Take a moment to think if you’re really involved in your partner’s life. Do they make important decisions that could potentially have an impact on both of you on their own? Have you met the people who are important to them? Are they making future plans without asking for your input?

If you feel that your partner doesn’t consider you a priority and that you’re not a real part of their world, it’s time to let go.

  1. You’ve grown apart:You constantly evolve and your priorities and goals change which means you may want different things from a relationship than you did when you got into it.

When was the last time you had a meaningful conversation with your partner and found you both wanted the same things in life? Staying in a relationship because you’re used to it and it feels easy is more common than you might think but being in a happy relationship should be more than just inertia.

  1. It’s not a partnership: A happy relationship should be balanced with each partner supporting and being there for each other no matter what. If your partner requires you to be there for them all the time when they need you but are never there when you need them, then you should probably start thinking about moving on.

You don’t realise this may be happening until you find yourself reaching out for your friends instead of your partner during difficult times because you don’t think your partner will care or be interested.

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