When to Stay and When to Go!

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Confused about when to stay and when to go in a relationship? Watch this video and save yourself time, energy, and heartache.

If you’ve ever stayed too long in a relationship, or you’ve been confused about when you should stay and when to go, this video is for you. Learn the 5 most important questions to ask yourself about whether you should stay or go.

When to Stay and When to Go!

Ask yourself these five questions to determine if you should stay or leave:

  1. Do I get my needs met in this relationship? Define your needs, and see if he can meet them…without you having to remind or beg him.
  2. Is his lifestyle and world view aligned with mine? This is one of the most important areas of compatibility. If you don’t align in these areas, your relationship won’t work in the long run.
  3. Is there mutual respect? R.E.S.P.E.C.T. – if you don’t respect and value one another, the relationship cannot work. Don’t stay, hoping he’ll change.
  4. Are we both attracted and have a similar appetite for sex? Attraction can grow, but if it’s missing or widely mismatched, this is a friendship, not a romantic partnership.
  5. Do we have similar visions for the future? No matter your age, it’s important to have a vision for the future that’s similar to your partner’s. Do you have have a plan for retirement? Where you want to live in five years? What you want to do with your money? Investments? Make sure your visions are similar, or you’ll be unhappy in the relationship.

And if you decide it’s time to go, please end the relationship with grace and kindness. You teach people how to treat you. And the way you treat others is how you’ll be treated in the future.

Watch the video to learn more.

Have you ever stayed too long in a relationship? Leave a comment below, and let me know!


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