Lack of Reciprocity: You feel like you are always the one making efforts, be it in planning dates, initiating conversations, or making emotional investments
Your Needs Are Unmet: Your emotional and perhaps even physical needs are consistently unaddressed
Limited Communication: You often find it difficult to have open and meaningful conversations with your partner
Feeling Drained Rather Than Energized: Relationships should be a source of support and energy, but in a one-sided relationship
Your Partner’s Absence in Tough Times: In challenging times, your partner is either absent, unsupportive, or minimally involved, leaving you to cope alone.
You Make Excuses for Their Behavior: You find yourself rationalizing or making excuses for your partner’s lack of effort or engagement in the relationship.
Imbalance in Compromise: Compromise is key in any relationship, but in a one-sided relationship