By I Heart Intelligence

What are the 6 things he’ll do when he’s about to break up with you? My interview with Your Tango reveals the signs you’re about to be dumped: #breakups #interview #signofabreakup #datingadvice #redflags

Maria Hakki writes, “It could be upsetting if you’re in a relationship and your partner is sending you mixed signals about how they feel for you.

Not to be sure if he or she is just being irritable, or they are seeking an indirect way to show you that they want to end your relationship. The good news is that nine times out of ten, the breakup is an idea in your head only. Or your partner is going through an extremely stressful period, or possibly the two together.

But in case you have the feeling that things between you and your partner are permanently going in the wrong direction, it’s time to give your relationship some serious attention.

No matter whether or not your partner shows any symptoms of disapproval or disappointment, it could be useful to read these 6 not so obvious signs that your significant other could be thinking about parting ways with you.

1. Your future together is not a priority for him

According to the relationship expert and love coach Susan Winter, when the partner becomes ignorant of your future together they might start behaving like this:

“You’ll notice your partner no longer wants to talk about that trip you intended to take. Plans for the holidays, theatre tickets, and special events are left unresolved and unanswered.”

Winter thinks that the best way to handle your partner’s reactions is to initiate a conversation about it. However, you should do it delicately.

2. He avoids spending much time with you

If your loved one stops seeing you as often as possible, this might be a red flag. Here is what relationship coach Cindi Sansone-Braff, author of Why Good People Can’t Leave Bad Relationships, thinks about this:

“If you keep hearing how he or she is too busy with work, family, friends and other obligations to spend time with you,” that sucks, and if they’re adding, ‘we’ll get together soon,’ they’re just giving you lip service, she says. “Just tell this person that this isn’t what you signed on for.”

3. He becomes unavailable to you

Below is the brilliant explanation from Nikki Martinez a BetterHelp telehealth counselor and psychologist:

“If the person answers calls and texts less frequently, be less and less available until things just naturally drizzle out. It’s not always a good way to go, but it’s an OK method if the person might be explosive with directness. If this is going on, call a spade a spade,” she says. “If you suddenly realize that you are on the receiving end of this behavior, you might want to start to be honest with yourself that this relationship is on the way out. So if this is the case in your relationship, it’s not a bad idea to have a conversation with your partner and ask them directly about their opinion and true feelings regarding the relationship.”

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