When you should stop adjusting in your relationship
Relationships are too delicate to handle and no amount of harshness can save them. If you or your partner has been someone who has always taken the other one for granted, then be prepared for worst-case scenarios in your life. After all, we don't live in Satya Yuga or Treta Yuga where things were quite happy happy all the time. We live in the Kali Yuga, the modern-day, the 21st century, where everything changes in a matter of seconds and so does the bonding between the partners in a relationship.
We neither get to see Ram or Sita in real-life marriages as it becomes really difficult to survive if we live with such a mindset. If your partner has been a hell-bent jerk who doesn't know to respect your boundaries, then it is time to check out from your marital home. Here are some reasons you should stop that adjustment abuse in your relationship.
1) He or she always puts himself or herself as the top priority in your relationship:
When it comes to a relationship, whether it is a marriage or love affair, or a romantic one, it has to be on a mutual consensus. If your partner has always tried to be bossy and puts himself first all the time over your needs, then it is time to cut that tie which will turn toxic soon.
2) Your partner always complains about how you are:
If your partner always knows to only find faults in you, irrespective of the fact that you are making considerable progress to ensure that his or her needs are met and you are living up to their expectations, then sorry boss, you are simply wasting your time in a relationship that has no future. Either way, you or your partner will end up breaking the relationship if the foundation has been based on only faults and criticisms.
3) Your partner doesn't have a grateful heart:
Despite you waking up early to pack his tiffin bags so that he can reach his office in time, despite you making several attempts to keep the family intact and in peace, at the end of the day, you only find your partner to mock or tease you for what you are not capable of, then it is enough for you to listen to such abusive words and toxic behavior. One day, you will really lose your energy and forget all the good values that have taken you so long to hold on to the relationship. Instead of walking out abruptly, it would be great if you share your feelings of how a sorry and thank you could actually save your marriage with your partner.
4) If your partner cheats on you:
If you have caught your partner red-handed doing things that are against the system of marriage or a legit relationship, then it is time to stop the adjustment abuse. You have had enough to deal with in your life after putting on so many years of hard work and effort. So, it would be better if you just pack your bags and discuss things with your lawyer directly rather than breaking your head on something that doesn't exist in reality.