You will quit a committed relationship when you stop growing and feel as like you are holding each other back or being static rather than pushing each other ahead.
You will quit a committed relationship when your partner stops prioritising the relationship and places other things ahead of you.
You will quit a serious relationship if you are not treated with the respect you deserve in public or in private.
You will end a serious relationship when communication ceases and you no longer recognise the other person.
You will end a serious relationship when you begin to feel unwanted, unattractive, and unlovable, as the ideal partner would never make you feel this way.
You will quit a committed relationship if you feel your efforts have gone unnoticed and your partner does not acknowledge how hard you work.
You will leave a committed relationship if your wants aren't addressed or even acknowledged.
You will end a committed relationship when your trust has deteriorated and you are no longer certain that the other person has your best interests at heart.
You will quit a committed relationship when it has become too monotonous and your partner has no desire to assist you save or alter it.
When the quantity of quality time you spend together decreases and you feel like an afterthought in your own relationship, you will quit a committed relationship.
You will leave a committed relationship when you grow in opposite directions and discover your future goals no longer align.
You will leave a committed relationship if you believe the other person is not taking it as seriously as you are and leaving you to do all the effort.