How to Know When to Let Go

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Finding out if a relationship is toxic or worth saving is the first step. A relationship that seems "good enough" may have room for improvement.

Perhaps you just haven't had time for each other lately, or one of you was still recovering from the pain of a previous breakup.

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Time and effort will probably improve these issues in the relationship, but on the other hand, a toxic relationship stresses you out.

It's negatively affecting your life, or you're suffering from something that's unlikely to change anytime soon.

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According to research, a toxic relationship can harm your physical and mental health, so if that's not a reason to end it, then what is?

If you intuitively feel that the situation has left no room for return, you should trust your instincts and move forward.

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Avoid second-guessing yourself because according to new research, gut feelings predict relationship peace better than self-report.


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