October 17, 2019
You might find yourself being dragged along for the ride in a toxic relationship.
Going in the direction of adversity and doubt.
The emotional investment we have makes it difficult to let go, but we cling to the situation nonetheless.
You also cannot ignore your emotions and tell him to go kick rocks or leave your life.
It’s wishful thinking to think it’s that easy.
When deciding whether or not to end a relationship, individuals consider a variety of factors.
When do you finally say, “Enough is Enough?”
So, let’s have a chat about this.
As a result, I have seen and heard people put up with just about anything in their romantic partnerships.
fighting with other women while picking up their sweethearts from their home and arguing with them.
It’s human nature to be quick to pass judgement and insist that someone would never do something.
But until you’re put in that position, you have no idea how you’ll respond.
In any case, no one should stay in an abusive relationship past the point where Enough is Enough and a safe exit can be made.
To return to my original point, it is not sufficient to discuss a hypothetical situation to assume that your response will be logical rather than emotional.
How many of us can make rational decisions when we’re feeling emotional?
Even though you know what you should do in your heart of hearts.
And yet, we all admit that there are aspects of our relationships that go against our principles, but we still put up with them.
What Are Your Limits?
Just where exactly do you draw the line?
Exactly how real are they?
How often have you allowed your comfort zone to be invaded, your limits to be tested, and your patience to be extended?
People have different opinions on whether or not one conviction is sufficient.
While others are willing to overlook transgressions multiple times.
Some people are willing to give their partner another chance despite repeated instances of disrespect, lack of trust, and infidelity.
But there’s nothing worse than an unfaithful partner.
However, people still choose to remain.
For the sake of rescuing your connection.
You should try to look on the bright side, apologise, and trust your partner.
There’s nothing wrong with putting up a fight to keep your relationship alive, so long as you’re able to talk things out and keep the fighting to a minimum.
However, he also needs to defend You.
When going to such lengths to make things work, however, you should take precautions to ensure that you are not exploited if the problems persist.
Because even those we love can cause us pain at times.
Both deliberate and accidental acts of disrespect are unacceptable and can strain even the healthiest of relationships.
Trouble arises when distress outnumbers joy.
At the point where you start to doubt your own judgement.
When the state of your mind and body is precarious.
That’s not what love costs.
That’s when you say, “Enough!”
To this day, it remains difficult to cut ties.
When you’re hurting and in love with your partner, it can be difficult to sort things out.
You long to rediscover that blissful state once again.
Your actions seem to oscillate between two extremes.
You’re driving yourself insane by dwelling on it.
Even if you don’t mind being alone, you have doubts about your own attractiveness, the likelihood of meeting someone, and your ability to move on with your life.
Maybe it’s the kids, or maybe it’s that you’re just too broke to keep going without him, or maybe it’s just that you’re going to miss him.
You feel like you’re cornered, but you know that if you commit one more faux pas, you’ll finally be free.
And he keeps on pushing you until your limits are no longer useful or respected.
To the point where you come to accept his actions as the norm in your partnership.
Since it’s your relationship, you’re free to do as you please.
Feel no shame; we’ve all been there ourselves.
Whoever said relationships were simple clearly never had one.
Make sure you’re putting your own needs first whenever you make a relationship choice.
You alone are responsible for handling this matter.
If you want to think clearly and lay all cards on the table, you need to clear your head.
your worries, pain, and despair, and attempt to make sense of it all.
Only you have the full picture of the relationship.
You are aware of your true feelings and the point at which enough is enough.
Have faith that what you’re thinking and doing is best for you.
There will be a way for you to make things work if you decide to stay.
If you are leaving, it is likely that you have reached your breaking point and are ready to move on.
For your attention, I appreciate it.
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Have you ever had enough in a relationship, or do you currently find yourself there?
Please do tell me about it.