Heartbreak sucks, plain and simple. If you can prevent it by learning to recognize the signs that are coming your way, you’ll be able to nip things in the bud before they go too far.

Learning how to read the signs of an impending breakup will also help you ensure that you’re not putting yourself in a situation that may result in heartbreak down the road, so it’s well worth paying attention to these telltale signs of an upcoming heartbreak.

Getting more clingy than usual
When you start spending more time with your significant other than with friends and family, it’s often a sign that there are feelings of attachment. If you get jealous easily when they spend time away from you, they might think the same. If they want to spend every moment of their day together and don’t want anyone else around, it could be a problem too. Signs of emotional attachment can include feeling defensive when you start talking about past relationships or lack thereof as well as feeling a general inability to separate your personal life from theirs. Heartbreak

Getting tired of your partner’s habits

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Every relationship will get into a groove of sorts where you start to not notice little things that your partner does that bother you. But sometimes those little things pile up, and it’s time for a talk. The best way to do this is after something big happens (for example, they missed your birthday). Start by saying something like I’ve been feeling like our relationship has been shifting lately and I’m not sure what I can do differently. Encourage your partner to be open and honest as well because this is the only way you’ll both understand how the other feels.

An increased frequency in arguments

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While no one is sure how or why we start fighting with those we love, some researchers posit that there may be a biological explanation for the anger. When you get into an argument, your body releases adrenaline which spikes our heart rate and heightens our feelings of rage. According to Roger Giner-Sorolla, a professor at Harvard University who has researched this phenomenon, this may explain why people sometimes have such heated reactions when talking about things that don’t really matter. This also works in reverse – when we experience positive interactions with someone, our bodies release oxytocin which lowers blood pressure and lessens anxiety and other negative emotions.

Getting suspicious of your partner’s interactions with other people
If you find yourself questioning your partner’s every action and glance, this could be a sign of infidelity. In the end, though, it’s better to know than to just let suspicions fester. That’s why if you want to make sure your partner is being faithful, even if you’ve never seen anything suspicious before, you should sit down with them and ask them what they do while they are away from home. Do they ever talk with friends or colleagues who are of the opposite sex? What about people who are in relationships themselves? When they’re out for drinks with their friends, are there times when someone makes a move on them?

Find evidence that your partner has been unfaithful to you
Finding out that your partner has been unfaithful is difficult. It might come as a total shock, or you might have had your suspicions for a while. Whether it’s a one-night stand, an emotional affair, or your partner involved in an emotional affair with someone else and not respecting boundaries, finding out is always terrible.
How do you know if your partner is cheating? Sometimes it’s obvious and there are signs pointing in the direction of adultery – maybe they say they were at work when they really weren’t, or don’t want to talk about their texts late at night or who they were on the phone with. But sometimes it isn’t that easy.

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