End of the Road: 15 Signs She’s Checked Out of the Relationship and Is Done With You!

By Krystal Brown

When a woman wants to end a relationship but doesn’t quite know how she may do one of these 15 things.

They Become More Emotionally Distant and Withdrawn

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Some women may become more emotionally distant and withdrawn when they want to end a relationship. This is because they may be struggling with their own feelings about the breakup, and they may not be sure how to share them with their partner. They may also be worried about hurting their partner’s feelings, or they may be afraid of the conflict that may come with a breakup.

They Start to Pick Fights and Nitpick over Everything

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Women may be struggling with their own feelings about the breakup, and they may not be sure how to share them with their partner. They may want to cause arguments in the hope that the man breaks up with her rather than being the one to end things. 

They Stop Making Plans for the Future Together

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If you’re the woman who is stopping making plans for the future together, it’s important to remember that you’re not alone. Many women go through this when they’re thinking about ending a relationship. It’s okay to take time to figure out what you want. But it’s also important to be honest with your partner about your feelings eventually.

They Become Less Interested in Intimacy

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Women may be feeling guilty or ashamed about wanting to end the relationship. This can make it difficult for them to enjoy physical intimacy, as it can feel like they are betraying their partner.

They Start to Hang Out with Their Friends More and More

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Women may be seeking support and advice from their friends. If they are struggling with their feelings about the breakup or are unsure how to break up with their partner, they may turn to their friends for support.

They Become More Critical of Their Partner

Women may be trying to find reasons to justify the breakup. If they are feeling guilty or ashamed about wanting to end the relationship, they may start to focus on their partner’s negative qualities as a way to make themselves feel better about the decision.

They Start to Compare Their Partner to Other Men

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Women may try to convince themselves that they are making the right decision. If they are having doubts about breaking up with their partner, they may start to compare him to other men to remind themselves why they want to leave.

They Start to Make Excuses Not to Spend Time with Their Partner

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Women may be feeling guilty or ashamed about wanting to end the relationship. This can make it difficult for them to enjoy spending time with their partner, as it can feel like they are betraying them.

They Stop Putting Effort into the Relationship

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Women may need to be more appreciated. If a woman feels like her partner is not putting in the same effort as she is, she may start to withdraw and stop putting in as much effort herself. This is a natural way to protect herself from feeling hurt or resentful.

They Become More Secretive and Guarded

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Women may be afraid of their partner’s reaction. If a woman is worried that her partner will react badly to the breakup, she may try to keep it a secret until she is ready to leave. This can help her to avoid any potential conflict or violence.

They Start to Complain about Their Partner to Their Friends and Family

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Women may be trying to process their thoughts and feelings about the relationship. Talking to others can help them understand their feelings and make sense of what happened.

They Start to Make Plans for Their Life without Their Partner in It

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Once a woman has decided to end a relationship, she may start to make plans for her life without her partner in it. This can help her feel more in control of her future and reduce anxiety or uncertainty.

They Start to Think About Dating Other People

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Making plans for the future without her partner can help a woman move on from the relationship. It can also help her to focus on her own needs and wants.

They Start to Feel Resentful Towards Their Partner

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If a woman feels like her partner has not treated her fairly or has not put in the same effort as she has, she may start to feel resentful.

They Start to Daydream about Being Single Again

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Women may be looking forward to focusing on themselves and their own needs. In a relationship, you often put your partner’s needs first. Being single allows you to focus on your own needs and goals.

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