7 Women Reveal How They Knew That Their Partners Weren’t “The One”

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3. “I felt like I didn’t want to put too much effort into the relationship anymore.” – Liz

When you lose the motivation to put in effort into a relationship, then you know that something is wrong. A healthy relationship should always be able to inspire you to be a better person and a better partner.

4. “I started to feel more like a parent than a partner in the relationship.” – Monique

You shouldn’t have to put up with a relationship with someone you have to treat like a child. You need an equal. You need a partner – not someone you have to constantly look after.

5. “We didn’t share the same values after all.” – Patricia

Having shared values, principles, and passions in life are important when it comes to determining the compatibility of a relationship. It’s so much easier to just sustain a romance with someone you have minimal friction with.

6. “I was giving more effort into the relationship than he was.” – Stephanie

You never want to have any substantial imbalance in the relationships that you’re in – especially when it pertains to matters of effort. You always want to make sure that you are giving just as much as you’re getting out of your relationships – and vice versa.

7. “I still felt like something was missing in our relationship.” – Patty

While a relationship shouldn’t necessarily be the one thing that makes up your whole life, it should still manage to give you a sense of fulfilment, meaning, and completion. And if the relationship just doesn’t add any meaning to your life, then it really isn’t the relationship for you after all.

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