When your significant other stops putting the relationship before their other commitments, you will most likely end the relationship.
If you're not treated with the dignity you deserve, both in public and in private, you won't stick around in a committed relationship for very long.
If you and your significant other stop talking to each other and you gradually forget who each other is, it's time to part ways.
You will end a long-term relationship if you are made to feel undesirable, unattractive, or unlovable; the right person, however, would never cause you to feel this way.
When you're in a committed relationship, you won't stick around if you feel like your efforts are being ignored.
If you're in a committed relationship and your needs aren't being met or even heard, you'll eventually end things.
Once you begin to doubt that your partner truly has your best interests at heart, trust begins to erode, and you make the decision to end your committed relationship.
When a committed relationship has become monotonous and your partner shows no signs of wanting to work to revitalise or diversify it, you may decide to part ways.
If you and your partner are in a committed relationship, you may decide to end it if you begin to feel like an afterthought and less and less time is spent with each other.
When two people in a committed relationship develop in different ways and come to terms with the fact that their goals for the future are incompatible, they often decide to part ways.
Leaving a committed relationship is the only option when you believe your partner isn't putting in the effort you expect from them.