You always want to be in a happy relationship with someone who you are vastly in love with. However, love alone is never going to be enough to sustain a relationship. Yes, it’s a good place to start. It’s a solid foundation on which the two of you can build your relationship. But ultimately, it’s going to require a lot more than luck if you want to make sure that your relationship stands the test of time.
There are just so many variables that you need to be taking note of if you want your relationship to last. Aside from just loving one another, you must both be willing to put in the effort for your relationship as well. And on top of that, you’re just going to need a whole lot of luck so that your relationship doesn’t have to go through some backbreaking challenges. It’s also important that the two of you have compatible personalities and lives.
That’s why it’s totally possible for two people to still break up even if they are in love with one another. If you’re curious as to what might cause a relationship to end even though you still love one another, then this is the article for you.
1. Your future plans don’t really align.
Your relationship is just not going to have a future unless both of you can actually agree on a shared future together. You might love each other. But if you can’t see yourselves in each other’s futures, then it’s all moot.
2. Your partner’s family doesn’t like you.
Family is important. Remember that you’re not just trying to win your partner over. You must also make an effort to win their family over as well. And if you fail on that front, then it’s unlikely that your relationship is going to be able to last.
3. There are trust issues in your relationship.
Trust is something that is going to be just as important as love in a romantic relationship. You must always be able to trust that your partner is going to be there for you in your relationship. If you find yourself incapable of doing so, then know that your love isn’t going to be enough to save you.