10 Signs That You Shouldn’t End Your Relationship Because Of Rough Patches

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Are you going through a rough patch? DON'T GIVE UP!

Relationships are complicated. No one ever gets everything right the first time. It’s a learning experience for everyone. There will be ups and downs with every relationship and the key is in making things work despite the hurdles. You have to be willing to compromise sometimes. You’ll have your wins, you’ll have your losses, but it’s all for the greater purpose of maintaining harmony in your relationship.

Just because things aren’t going particularly well for you two at the moment doesn’t mean that you should be ending ties between you. Rough patches can hit even the strongest of bonds and you have to be able to work through them. If you’re struggling to look for signs to keep the flame of your love burning, look no further than this list. Here are 10 signs that you shouldn’t end your relationship because of rough patches:

1. You like the person you’ve become because of this relationship.

You’ve become a much better person ever since you’ve gotten together. You find yourself growing and maturing much more substantially than ever before. You’re more of a responsible adult now and you know it’s because you’re in a committed relationship with someone who you love. You shouldn’t compromise your relationship because of an argument. Think of all the progress you’ve made as an individual because of this relationship.

2. You still find yourself being very attracted to each other.

You still find yourself blushing when you read their sweet text messages. You get flustered when you catch a glimpse of them in the crowd. Your heart starts to race in anticipation for dates with each other. Sure, you’re not getting along as well as you could be, but that doesn’t mean you’re not still crushing on each other.

3. Your relationship problems are circumstantial.

Whatever arguments or disagreements you guys might have, they might be purely circumstantial. If you’re not dealing with any perennial problems in your relationship that manage to rear their ugly heads on a consistent basis, then you should be safe. Your relationship should be strong enough to withstand the occasional squabbles. It’s just a matter of swallowing pride and ego. - Continue reading on the next page