5 Signs That Suggest He May Not Be The One

Is Mr. Right acting like Mr. Not-So Right? Well, let us help you out, girl!


Just when you thought he was the one, everything he does is annoying you. His facial expressions, the way he eats, the way he talks. Your rose-tinted glasses are fading and it’s time to observe your relationship without them for a second. Is it a phase or are you simply holding onto a relationship for the sake of not being lonely?

Here are five red flags you definitely shouldn’t turn your head on:

1. You don’t act like yourself when you are with him 

Being around someone who makes you second-guess yourself is not a person you want to be with. A partner who loves you will love you for every single one of your flaws and won’t make you feel out of place.

2. You have trust issues 

Trust is the key to every relationship. Having to constantly check on your partner is just as toxic for you as it is for him. Somebody has hurt you in your past? Talk it through with your boo and make sure both of you get where the other’s fears are coming from. Tackle your fears together to increase trust and form a healthy relationship.

3. You are not attracted to him

Looks are by no means everything that matters in a healthy relationship, but they sure do help. Not feeling attracted to your partner could indicate growing emotional distance and affect your sex life.

4. Your long term goals are incompatible 

Know when it is time to call it quits. It is important to discuss your long-term goals and aspirations with your partner to fully understand them. Make sure that you are both on the same page in terms of marriage, settling down and having children is vital and can save you a whole lot of heartbreak in the long-run.

5. You have a bad feeling 


Trust your gut, always! If you have an inkling that something does not quite add up when it comes to your partner, you’re probably right. Act on it and let go, as hard as it may be.


Remember to trust yourself in knowing when a relationship is not right for you. Take the time to fully understand yourself and your needs within the relationship. And settling should not be an option if you’re not ready. The most important relationship you will ever have is the relationship with yourself.


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