8 Signs That You’re Headed for a Break-Up

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January 15, 2011 ‐ By Erica Renee

Break-ups can be difficult. Maybe that’s one of the reason our minds are in denial in spite of the break-up signs that are presented before us; and who can blame some of us girls who were single for so long. Our temporary ‘Prince Charming’ came, but only to turn into a toad. The fact that our relationship may be unfolding before us can be a hard thing to grasp.

Still, while it’s difficult to break-up and start fresh, it can be even more excruciating to attempt to hold on to someone who has emotionally let you go for quite some time. Normally before a break-up occurs there are a few signs that we should look for. Pay attention to these signs.

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  • JustAshley

    Should be “country” not “county”.

  • JustAshley

    @a mans take on this OMG shut up! If your not American that Get The F*** out of here! You can’t tell me anything about American men or how they do what they do. That’s like me coming to your county trying to tell you about your women.

  • a man's take on this

    Your tears don’t work anymore.

    If you were honest, you wouldn't have to go that far. If you are genuinely hurt by something then speak your mind before resulting to this – most men will get sick of the sight of tears, whether it be genuine or false. If you continue to use this method to..SEEK ATTENTION then you can expect to fail at some point – remember, guys do alot of soul seasrching amongst their nearest friends and if their friends are genuine – then you can expect the "swtich off to happen at somepoint. Who knows, it might be the female friends who give that advice.

  • a man's take on this

    Sorry but that's crap. A man in his 30s/40s doing some flirting on social networking sites? I've nerver heard of such a thing. Either you americans have some crazy men in your country or you are exaggerating. A man does like to get his swagger on especially if he feels he is not growing old gracefully. If that is the case then I am sorry but as much as it is up to the 2 of you to keep the relationship going, is it down to the women to keep her man young. if being homely has become a routine habit, then change it. Remember the reasons why you got together and treat the first case of suspicion as an opportunity… your are his partner, not a detective

    As men we read about these things so manay times and if your write about us as the majority, we become the majority.

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