Answer Some Personal Questions And We'll Guess Why Your Last Relationship Ended
Maybe one of you got caught in a lie. Or maybe there were just suspicions of lies. Whatever the case, the trust just wasn't there so you guys decided to call it quits — it was probably for the best. It was a learning experience, and your current and future relationships are sure to be much better.
One of you was just a little more serious, just a tad more committed, when it came to the relationship. Maybe there was a conversation about marriage that one of you found premature. Whatever it was, it was too much strain for the relationship to handle so you decided to end it. This experience has prepared you for your next relationship, which is sure to be a success.
Something brought you two together, but that thing just wasn't enough to sustain an entire relationship. There were ultimately more negatives than positives, and ending the relationship was most likely a mutual decision. The two of you probably remain friends.
What good is a relationship if you can't talk to your partner about what you're thinking and feeling? I'll tell you: not much good at all. Good communication is a difficult thing to cultivate, but it's an absolutely necessary part of every healthy relationship. The next time around, you'll be ready for this. You're now a stronger and wiser person.
Maybe it started out great and got bad, or maybe it was never great at all. Or maybe it never happened! Whatever the case, this was a deal breaker for one or both of you.
Either you or your ex met another person and cheated, or you both met other people and cheated. Whichever happened, it resulted in a breakup — most likely a very stressful and drawn-out split. It was probably difficult, but you're a stronger person for having dealt with this. Your next relationship will be much more successful.