1. Loss Or Lack Of Communication
Whether they have lost or lacked either surface communication or in-depth communication with each other, it is still a significant factor for a relationship to end, no matter how perfect it may seem. After all, communication is the very foundation of all relationships. When a couple in a relationship no longer has the motivation to communicate with each other in any way, then there is no point in continuing the relationship. It might be because they were holding too many things in, afraid to cause conflict that caused the communication to end.
2. Everything Fell Apart
There isn’t a more in-depth explanation when the break up involves the couple merely falling apart. When they say that they fell apart, that’s just it. What’s worse is that sometimes, there’s no reason for this. It’s just a feeling that the relationship is no longer working out for the best. Maybe the duration of their relationship was spent more on individual activities rather than together, and they realized that they could live without each other happily.
3. Focused Too Much On Themselves
Do you know how people say that when you are in a relationship, you should think about your partner too when making a decision? Well, that’s true. Whatever decision that might be, you always have to consider your partner. Being in a relationship with someone means considering them in everything. If you’re no longer willing to view your problem, then that could signify the end of the relationship. Not that it’s wrong to want to focus on your happiness, of course. Sometimes, something like this can come at the expense of a relationship.
4. Experiencing Loss Or Grief
Sometimes, losing someone in your life can make you feel very detached in the world and extremely unhappy. This is probably the reason why your perfect couple broke up. Either of them lost someone who’s a big part of their life, and they now aren’t the same person as before. The other couldn’t take it, so they left the relationship. The sad thing about this kind of break-up is that there wasn’t anything wrong in the relationship itself – life just happened.
5. Betrayal Of Any Kind
This can be any betrayal, but on the top of our heads, it is most likely a cheating incident. Regardless if it’s a drunken mistake or not, cheating is a choice and is definitely a deal-breaker in the relationship. No matter how good it is, a single moment of error could ruin all that. Nobody should be forced to stay with a cheating partner if they don’t want to anymore.
Not all couples are made to survive a long-distance relationship. As much as they pretend to be doing okay despite the distance, we don’t know how they feel. It also can’t be helped for one to want more than just their virtual dates. Some people require physical touch to feel loved, which is perhaps why they want to pursue a relationship that’s not long-distance.