4 signs that show the end of a relationship
Golden diamond escorts can predict whether a couple will break up with an accuracy of 91% by listening to just 5 minutes of a conversation.
Escorts have been “studying” human relationships for more than 40 years and dispel myths about love affairs and explain why many of them eventually dissolve.
According to greek escorts, the 4 main signs that accurately predict whether a couple will soon be divorced are:
1. Strict criticism
Complaints are constructive in a relationship and help to identify and then address possible incompatibilities. Criticism, however, is more general, and the attack is about the individual himself, not his behaviour.
Descriptions, sarcastic comments, grimaces and aggressive humour are the “poison” of the relationship because they stem from aversion. It is impossible to resolve differences and disagreements between a couple if one of the two has such feelings.
3. Defensive attitude
Defensive attitude shows that one of the two partners considers the other responsible for a relationship problem. In this way, the differences are exacerbated.
4. Cold attitude
Disengagement is not only physical, but also emotional. The person is literally and figuratively removed from the relationship and the problems that exist in it.
How does our body experience the end of a relationship?
Black circles under the eyes, insomnia, fatigue, bad mood and no sex… Typical scenes from a romantic movie but also from real life…
Separation involves not only intense emotional reactions but also biological changes that do not even cross your mind.
A study published earlier in the Journal of Neurophysiology had shown that when we look at a picture of an ex-partner shortly after separation, the pain control centres in the brain are activated. This is because the neural pathways of physical pain and emotional stress are common to the brain. In other words, the brain perceives separation as a truly painful experience.
At the same time, a drop in the levels of two beneficial chemicals, dopamine and oxytocin, and a steady increase in “stress hormone” (cortisol) levels can lead to a combination of weight gain, sleep disturbance and lack of concentration.
The body reacts to separation as to intense stress. For example, people with asthma are more likely to have seizures, and those with sensitive stomachs are more likely to have abdominal cramps and lose their appetite.
The catastrophic mistake that destroys love affairs…
A terribly childish but common habit of couples can prove disastrous for the relationship and scientists confirm it!
It’s about how the couple is dealing with a quarrel or a disagreement, whether it’s a trivial matter or a more serious issue.
Both men and women often move away and become cold when conflicts arise. According to a new study published in the journal Communication Monographs, the so-called “game of silence” often follows a pattern of demand / withdrawal, i.e one of the two partners demands, criticizes or complains while the other withdraws passively and defensively.
Analysing 74 previous studies on this phenomenon, the researchers were able to better understand what happens in the relationship when this habit enters the lives of couples for good.
The results were frightening. The researchers found that the pattern of demand / withdrawal is extremely common and affects the person both psychologically and physically. This tactic seemed to be linked to increased stress, depression, increased chances of separation and divorce, and physical violence. The negative effect is noticeable regardless of which of the two sexes attacks and which remains passive.
Resolving any disagreement clearly requires maturity, composure and constructive discussion, so that both sides can express their objections and finally find a middle ground.