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    One of the most unnerving times in a relationship is when you start to feel unsure of whether your significant other has just been in an extremely grumpy mood lately, or if they’re actually trying to drop hints about ending this relationship.

    The good news here is that at least nine times out of ten, this confusion is just you being insecure, or your partner’s actually going through a troubled week, or maybe even the two situations combined. But sometimes when you feel that things are really off between you two, there might be something more to it! And it probably is time for you to give this relationship some much-needed attention.

    According to the relationship experts of the world, here are 12 signs that you should look out for to know when your partner has actually started thinking about ending things:

    1. You no longer feel like a priority

    Cindi Sansone-Braff, relationship coach, psychic medium, and author of ‘Why Good People Can’t Leave Bad Relationships says,” When a person stops having the time or desire to be with you, then you know that your relationship is on life support system, and that you might just have to be the one who has the guts to pull the plug,” We all know how awful it feels to have a person hanging around us, but always with the fear that they’ll leave, that they don’t have much time for us, or that they just need an out.

    “If you keep hearing how he or she is too busy with work, family, friends and other obligations to spend time with you, that sucks, and if they’re adding, ‘we’ll get together soon,’ they’re just giving you lip service. Just tell this person that this isn’t what you signed on for,” she adds.

    And always stay real about why you’re finally done with them. “Let them know that you’ll be moving on, and if you should still be available when their life lightens up, then you might give this thing another try,” she says.

    But no matter what happens, don’t just keep sitting there. “Keep in mind, that when someone is really into you, they put you on the top of the list, and make time for you,” Sansone-Braff says. “Nothing stands in the way: They’d walk five miles through a snowstorm to see you, because that’s how much they miss you.” If you feel like your partner would never do that for you, it’s OK — just find someone who will! – Continue reading on next page