Is Your Relationship Worth It

Is your relationship worth it? When you read that sentence, there was likely an answer that flashed through your head. For some people, it will simply be a yes or no answer, but for others it’s likely a little more complicated. If ‘I don’t know’ was the answer that you came up with, that means that you’re slightly on edge about whether or not to continue with the amount of effort that you are putting into your current relationship. There’s nothing wrong with this, and it’s completely normal to question whether or not something is right for you, but it also means that there is something that is causing you to be unsure. 

In this article, we are going to be taking a look at some of the things that will help you to make a decision on this topic. It’s not straightforward and we’re completely aware of that, but it should at least help give you some kind of idea if you are putting your eggs in the wrong basket. Keep reading down below if you would like to find out more.

You Love Them

The first sign that your relationship is worth it is the fact that you love them. It’s true to say that love is not enough to keep a relationship alive. There are so many more things that come together to create a relationship, but there isn’t going to be one if you don’t love the person that you’re with. In some cases, even if you love them, you’re going to have to be strong enough to walk away. We’re not saying that it’s going to be easy, but if it’s what is best for you, then you need to.

However, love is an important aspect to any relationship and if you do love your partner, then at least you have building blocks and a foundation. While love may not be able to conquer all, it can certainly conquer a lot of things. If there is love, then there is a way to build the relationship back up to what you need it to be, and that should provide you with at least some level of comfort.

Trust Is Important

The next thing that you’re going to need to think about is trust. Without trust, your relationship is never going to last, even if you want it to. You can’t allow yourself to be in a situation where you are constantly questioning what your partner is doing, who they are with and if they are doing something that could possibly hurt you. It’s not a nice thought to have, but you’ve got to dig deep and figure out whether you can say with a hundred percent certainty that you trust your partner. 

If you’re not sure, ask yourself a few questions. Are you worried about what they are doing when they aren’t with you? Do you suspect that they are cheating on you? Have they given you a reason not to trust them? If you can answer these questions honestly and come to the conclusion that you do trust your partner, then your relationship just might be worth it.

What If There Is Constant Arguments?

Are you constantly involved in some kind of argument with your partner? Some arguments are healthy because it means that you are letting the other person know when something isn’t quite right or that they have hurt you in some way. However, if every conversation about your feelings that you have ends in an argument, this is not healthy. If you are arguing about silly little things more often than not, this isn’t healthy. If you feel as though you can’t say something to your partner because it is going to end in an argument, this isn’t healthy either.

You need to be able to communicate with your partner effectively, and this means having conversations rather than arguments. You can find how to argue fairly at the very least on a site like key to this is remembering that your partner’s feelings are valid, and just because you might disagree with them, doesn’t mean that they are wrong. It’s hard to do this sometimes, but if you want the relationship to last and you think it is worth it, then you will learn.

Are There Kids Involved?

If there are kids involved then this adds something different to the consideration list. Of course, you should never stay in a relationship where you are unhappy simply because you have children with your partner. Your kids deserve happy parents, and if this means that they have two parents who are separated but happy, then this is what needs to happen. It’s far better than living in a toxic environment at home simply because you think keeping the relationship is the best course of action for the children.

If kids are involved, this just means that you have to be a little more delicate about the way that you handle things. For example, if you are married and you’re thinking about geting divorced, don’t do anything without being sure, and make sure to talk to your kids, keeping them up to date, and reminding them that you love them no matter what.

Is The Grass Really Greener?

One of the big problems that people have in a relationship is that they think the grass is greener on the other side. In some cases, it might be, but you need to ask yourself whether it is worth it to find out. You may end up with something worse than what you have now. But, it’s important that you keep in mind that you shouldn’t stay in an unhappy relationship. Sometimes, people are happy but they feel like they are missing something, leading them to wonder if the grass is indeed greener. If you’re thinking about this, it means that there is something in the relationship that you need but aren’t getting, and you need to figure out what it is. 

Once you figure it out, talk to your partner. Let them know what you’ve been thinking about and see if there is a way to work it out if you want to. If your relationship is worth it, you will know after talking to the other person.

Bad Habits

It might be the case that one or both of you have started to form bad habits during the relationship. Not communicating with each other or taking advantage of the other person because you think that no matter what you do, they aren’t going anywhere. A relationship like this might be able to be saved, but it’s going to need work. You’re both going to need to be willing to recognize your bad habits and work to get rid of them from the relationship. If this sounds like too much effort or simply something that you don’t want to do, then the relationship that you’re in simply isn’t worth it to you.


We hope that you have found this article helpful, and now have a better understanding as to how to tell if your relationship is worth it. The sad reality is that some aren’t, even if we want them to be. It’s not necessarily anyone’s fault, it’s just the way that things happen, but you’ve got to be strong enough to let it go when it isn’t right for you. Now that you’ve read this article, you should be able to tell whether this relationship that you are in right now is worth all the effort that you’ve been putting in recently. We wish you the very best of luck.

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