The communication is gone. Some people are good at saying how they feel, and others aren’t. However, if there’s a lack of effort on one side or the other, it can be problematic.
You stop talking or texting frequently, or your attempts to reach out go ignored.
Your priorities have changed and you just don’t seem to have time for each other. Some common excuses are work, friend and family conflicts.
You feel happier when you’re alone. If this is the case, then you probably like the idea of having a relationship more than you like your actual partner.
You never see each other or have time for one another. If this is you, it may be time to move on.
While the end of a relationship may leave one or both parties upset, it is more important that you are happy. It doesn’t make sense to force something that isn’t there.
Other issues that may lead to a break up include:
Having a passive approach to a relationship, trust Issues, personality conflicts (free spirit vs. always wanting to stay at home), etc.