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Thread: When to really call it quits?

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    Super Moderator Capricorn3's Avatar
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    Originally Posted by MarielaAvila
    I feel we are really toxic. We fight all the time still & sometimes days in a row itís really exhausting..
    This is more than enough reason to call it quits for good. You KNOW what to do. The big question is: Will you?? Ball is in your court. YOU have the power in your own hands to leave. If you stay, that's on you.

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    It sounds exhausting... I'm sorry to hear this. I don't think it's working either.

    I'm worried that he'll become more possessive or volatile and vindictive if you break up with him. Do you feel your safety might be at risk? Please take care of yourself and tell your parents, loved ones, friends if you need help.

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    If a relationship can't begin easily with great simpatico, then it's not for me. I don't consider people to be projects that I must manipulate into becoming a good match for me.

    Most people are NOT our match. That's just natural odds. So taking up with a bad match, IMO, is doomed from the gate and a waste of time.

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