10 Things To Think About Before Calling It Quits

10 Things To Think About Before Calling It Quits

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Stop! Hold it right there.

You and your partner have been through some difficult times recently, and the relationship just doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. Before you head towards the exit and call it quits for good, here are some things you have to consider before pulling the trigger.

1. Why you got together in the first place

While it looks like the end, it might seem counter-intuitive to look at the beginning. But would you want to call it quits over some small things, or a bunch of small things that can be fixed? Rash decisions are never worth it; you might do something you’ll regret for the rest of your life, if you had only thought about it some more.

So, why did you guys get together in the first place? Was it an undeniable and unique connection? Is that connection still there, or is it gone?

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