When to call it quits dating

I knew what he was saying, but denied the red flag.Instead, we dated for another month (but never went on that cabin trip). It’s simple, if he doesn’t call you, you can’t call him. How do you know when your relationship has reached its expiration date? You feel impending doom creeping up on the horizon, but think if you hang in there, things will turn around.Instead, it's time to dump those dingy rose-colored glasses and get yourself a fabulous new pair.Here are seven signs that it's time to end your relationship and take loving care of yourself. Your contact is becoming extinct You're becoming a dinosaur to him.Texting him the party address was not only unproductive, it made her appear desperate. The bottom line is if a guy doesn’t respond to you, do not contact him again.

It doesn’t matter if you’ve gone on a couple great dates and he already invited you to his mother’s birthday party. It doesn’t matter if you think you had the greatest connection when you met and that all you need to do is get on the phone and then he’ll hear your voice and realize you’re the woman of his dreams. So many times we make excuses for our less-than-attentive guy: he's so busy, he's working too hard, or his cockatoo is sick.And then when he finally sends you a text, saying, "Hey," it's like your memory of him being in the "land of the lost" has been wiped out.Little things that used to bother him have now turned into colossal aggravations. He belittles and nitpicks about your hair, your job, or that you're wearing too much makeup.He's constantly focusing on your faults instead of your fabulousness. End this war and move on to a more victorious life. You don't trust him as far as you can throw him You doubt his late nights, drown in his lies, and sense your dating life is no longer exclusive. Your hot make out sessions have cooled into civil kisses. Relationships are built through trust, and if you can't trust your guy anymore, then you need to take care of yourself and go find a man who's trustworthy and deserving of your love. He's not the person you first met..you're not the person you used to be When you met, he was sweet and loved your family, you were incredibly fun and outgoing, and you both were adventurous risk-takers.