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Walking Away From a Bad Relationship


Many of us choose to stay in bad relationships because we are afraid of being alone. It is very common to feel this way and sometimes it is hard to admit that that relationship is no longer what we want. However, it does not mean you will never find anyone else, staying in a bad relationship will only make you miserable for the rest of your life. You deserve to be happy!

In fact, you might find your soul mate who will treat and care for you the way you need. Do not deny yourself happiness or peace just because of fear of being alone or facing rejection when walking out of a bad relationship.

Making The Decision:

How to identify an abusive relationship:

You will notice extreme jealousy, violence or possessiveness by your partner. It might even be manipulative in various aspects.

You constantly feel unloved or have a sense of isolation. You are constantly under surveillance or being critiqued whether it is your looks, dress or even the way you do daily chores.

You will know it is time to go when your partner does not respect your feelings and prejudices and insists on abusing you.

A bad relationship can also manifest itself as a nonsexual one. You might be dating a person who does not have the same level of interest for you sexually. There is no physical intimacy between you and your partner.

You feel like an outsider in the relationship, and you feel that you no longer have a say in your life. If this is the kind of relationship you are into, then it is time to take action. It is not too late to find happiness and love.

Getting out of a bad relationship

Here are some things you can do if you want to break free from an unhealthy relationship.

To find the strength to walk away from a bad relationship, you need to look deep within yourself and acknowledge that this relationship is not what you want in your life. It might be hard to acknowledge this at first, but once you realize this person is not going to change or meet your expectations; it makes things a lot easier.

Another important thing to do when you are struggling and want to change is talk to someone who can help and support you. A family member, friend or therapist can offer great guidance and advice on how to break free of this relationship.

You may be afraid of being alone, but instead of facing the fear, realize that there is no reason to stay in an abusive relationship. You can find ways to overcome this fear by going out with friends or family more often and taking time just for yourself.


You can get out of a bad relationship and find your true happiness if you are determined and willing to work on yourself to get out of this relationship as soon as possible. It will not be easy, but it is well worth it in the end.

Walking away from a bad relationship can make you happy and fulfilled. You will learn how to overcome the fear of being alone and that you deserve happiness in your life just like everyone else who has been in a similar situation before.

Article written by Brenda Paul for People On Dating

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Will Morales 

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