Does it feel like your relationship is a bit off lately? Maybe things aren’t how they used to be and you’re wondering if your partner checked out from the relationship.
This could be your wake up call to start making some needed changes. It may well be the end of the relationship. Whichever it is, you have to know how to identify the situation and you want to have a clear action plan. This episode is inspired by a common question I get asked often as a couple’s therapist.”What do you do when you know a couple isn’t going to make it? Do you tell them? Do you continue to see them?”. I answer this question and elaborate more about the signs your partner checked out from the relationship.
When you no longer feel in tune with your partner, communication has gone down, and even though your partner has not broken up the relationship, something just doesn’t feel right. This unclear situation can leave you wondering if your partner still wants to be part of your life. Maybe it’s just a feeling that you have, your gut telling you that he’s not that into the duo anymore. However, you are not sure if this feeling is real or if you are just being obsessive.
Signs your partner checked out:
A feeling/hunch is actually one of the many signs that your partner might not be into the relationship. Our intuition is rarely wrong. On this episode of Relationships Uncomplicated, I talk about 9 signs that tell you your partner may not be into the relationship. These 9 red flags are not absolute, but they are the most prominent ones and serve as a guide to help you assess where you and your partner stand in the relationship. I also give you tips on what you can do if it turns out that your partner is not into the relationship. You will not want to miss this episode as you get a complete action plan from assessing the situation all the way to making a change.
Tune in for a sneak peek into a therapy room, and for an action plan from identifying the situation to making some needed changes.
Links mentioned in this episode:
Episode #021: Things We Wish Couples With Communication Issues Knew (Part 1)