When is enough enough?

September 21, 2008 12:05am CST
What's the deal breaker in a relationship for you? There are lots of little things that can go wrong in a relationship, but where do you draw the line?
6 responses
• Philippines
21 Sep 08
A lie is enough to break the foundation of trust in a relationship but even if I found out that my ex bf lied about his age, his status I forgave him because I loved him, but then I found out that he already has another girl, I guess he never deserved my love, loyalty and trust. It may be too painful for me to set him free, but his dishonesty made me think its finally over. No one is perfect and we all go wrong, but if a person makes a sin on purpose, its a different story. "Trust is like a glass, once it is shattered, you can never make it whole the way it used to be."
@ganda8831 (816)
• Philippines
21 Sep 08
Being in a relationship is hard work. For it to succeed you really have to work hard on it. There are problems that can be fixed easily and there are some that takes longer or no chance at all to get fixed. I broke up with my boyfriend of three years about 2 months ago because he had another girl pregnant. I didnt have any idea that he was cheating on me because everything was normal. We still did the things we used to do in the beginning of our relationship. That's why it was so hard to accept that he was intimate with another woman. He asked for forgiveness but i just couldnt get myself to forgive him. When someone cheats in a relationship and the trust is no longer there, that's the time when you can no longer go back and repair the relationship.
@n30wing (4771)
• Philippines
21 Sep 08
When we can't discuss our problems anymore, it became a big deal a big issue,it and becomes complicated for both of us. When we just think of our pride and it's turning into a one side street anymore. When we just think of ourselves and not for both of us. When one of us fall out of love. When it's not a healthy relationship anymore.When she push me away. That is the time when I will draw the line and finished everything even I love her. Have a nice day!
@the52poet (126)
• United States
21 Sep 08
You didn't say what problem may be involved. What's the problem? Nose picking in public? Inviting naked friends over? Staying gone for 3 days at time? Snoring while you're watching TV? Just need more to go on to give any real advice.
• China
21 Sep 08
i ....that is hard to say,because there are too many things which can be regarded as a breaker or breakers.there is no true love,i guess
• United States
21 Sep 08
When I was 18 I always saw my friends in really bad relationships and I always told my self I would never be that girl. I have a great guy at home but he is just not affectionate. We have been together for about 3 years now and we do live apart because of our careers and we have a beautiful daughter together but being away for weeks at a time and coming home to the same old stuff is getting to be really hard for me. He wants to do what he wants to do. He does not tell me what he does or who he sees. He says I'm the one with communication problems but I think he is just trying to pawn the problems we have on just me. I want a guy that tells me constantly that I am beautiful one that wakes up and just wants to hold me in his arms until it's really time to get up. He was very affectionate before. I don't know if I should just keep trying or just give up. We get into arguments all the time and I tell him that it's over. He just wants to keep trying and here I am 2 years into it and it's still pretty bad. I just can't do it. I just can't leave him. If I were to give someone advice on what to do in this case I would say just leave him there is someone better out there for you!