What’s wrong with people? Some relationships not worth saving

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I hate you. You break-up. I love you. You make up.

Feelings change at the drop of a hat. It happens regularly.

Any intelligent human would see the relationship is clearly not working.

He or she would move on to greener pastures and not wither away in the desert wasteland that they call a “relationship.”

He wants children. She doesn’t.

He cheats on her. She forgives him.

I’m sorry, but am I missing something here?

Are you completely stupid? Or do you enjoy this sort of emotional abuse on a regular basis?

I’m going to go with you’re a total idiot.

Yep. Definitely what I’m going with.

People wake up!

If your relationship is that messed up why do you choose to stay together?

“Oh I’ve been with him for three years or “she’s the first girl I’ve ever been in love with” are NOT good reasons.

It’s a cop-out. Plain and simple.

You don’t want to be the “bad guy” by ending it so you stick around and act like a thorn in the other’s side until they’ve had enough.

I see people do this all the time. It bugs me every time

You see the relationship is crumbling yet you cling to it.

Let me ask you something; if you saw a house engulfed in flames would you just skip in and have a tea party?

No. That’s just ridiculous.

So why then would you stay in a relationship that is crashing and burning?

It’s sad and you know that eventually you may get that scrap of a relationship back, but you’re constantly going to be wondering when you’ll be cut off and be told no more.

Maybe you’re afraid to look elsewhere, scared you’ll end up alone in the end.

How will you know if you don’t try?

I don’t know about you but I’m not a dog.

If something isn’t working and hasn’t been don’t put on your puppy dog face and beg.

Move on. Be an adult.

Quit acting like a Taylor Swift song. Get a hold of yourself.

Don’t say you are “never ever ever getting back together” one day then be making goo-goo eyes at your other half the next.

Nothing has changed other than you got too lazy to do something about your situation.

It’s like saying you’re going to clean your room and the next week it still looks like Hurricane Katrina hit.

Find someone who respects you and loves you and treats you how you want to be treated.

Don’t stick around hoping for change.

People don’t change overnight.

If things haven’t gotten better over the course of your relationship then they aren’t going to.

The only way to get what you want out of life is to take matters into your own hands and do something about it. It’s not a Disney movie with a happy ending.

Things don’t just go “Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo” and work out.

There is no Cinderella fairy godmother to fix your problems.

It’s real life. Accept the situation instead of being one of those couples that people talk about behind their back, saying “what’s wrong with people?”