we all know that it takes work to maintain a loving lesbian relationship
while lesbian relationships can be awesome, there can come a time when it is necessary to call it quits and walk away. the key is to identify warning signs early
We all know that it takes work to maintain a loving lesbian relationship. The key questions are how much work and when does one stop working on the relationship? When is it time to to walk away from a lesbian relationship?
While it is understandable that relationships are not all about sex, the warning bells should ring if either party is less interested in sex than before. Think back to all the kissing cuddling and more when you first met and compare that to how things are now. If you or your partner has lost interest this could mean the relationship has run its course. It's important to keep the passion alive in a lesbian relationship.
You are no longer concerned for your partner's well being. You used to put her first, second and third, now you just can't be bothered anymore.
You start thinking more and more about your ex girlfriend and even start to miss her. Are you thinking of contacting her and setting up a date?
You find yourself arguing and bickering with your lover more often than not. When you first met it was sunshine and roses now it is a perpetual war. Everything about her irritates the blazes out of you and you actually look for reasons to pick a fight. You cannot contain yourself in public and are prepared to have a full go at her in public places. This is certain sign that your relationship is on the rocks and that you need help or to call it quits.
You have invested a long time into the relationship and you want it to work. You have had couples counseling and you are still at each other like two stray tomcats. This is when you may have to realize that this relationship is not meant to be and it's time to move onto greener pastures.
Disclaimer : This article provides basic information only and is not a substitute for a professional or legal advice. It is prudent to obtain legal advice from a family lawyer.