Just when you thought you've found the perfect boyfriend, someday husband and father of your children, you start to notice changes. Not good changes that make you smile; these are bad changes that make you sad. What's going on? Things were so perfect!
Guys have ways of telling you without directly telling you that he's ready to move on...without you. How do you know? One thing a girl should expect in a relationship is truth and mutual respect. And though we can hope that a boyfriend will be honest and upfront, it is better to be prepared to face what may be heading straight for you with blunt force.
Here are 5 signs that he is on his way out:
1. He will start distancing himself from you. If you're used to [happily] spending every free moment with your man, you'll certainly begin notice if he starts to 'want more space.'
2. He will become more socially active on his own. He may even change his social networking statuses to reflect that he's 'single.'
3. His attitude toward you will be more casual than intimate. The differences in how he treats you from the time you met and current times will be extremely noticeable, comparatively. Times that should be very loving and intimate (especially sex) will become cold and rushed. He may even start to get dressed and leave, instead of spending the night with you.
4. He will start to "nit-pick" and nag about things that he never did before. Times when he is with you and actually wants to be somewhere else (anywhere else), may be filled with nagging stabs at you. It could be biting your nails, hair on your toes, the way that you eat/chew, or even your weight. Things that he used to think were cute become annoying and he makes no small attempt to let you know how much he's annoyed.
5. Former female "friends" will resurface in his social circle. The same girls he kicked to the curb will once again start blowing up his phone and Facebook page.
Should you begin to notice any of these symptoms, don't wait for the hammer to fall! Have the conversation with him that will give you a clearer picture of what's going on. Refrain from ever leaving the entire responsibility [and decision-making] of your relationship to him. You are both involved and should have a say in how this is going to work out.