Ups and Downs in a Relationship

by Sheryl Brown on September 16, 2013

What do you do when you are past fed up with a recurring problem?

Maybe your partner is stuck in a behavior that is a deal breaker for you, like substance abuse, an emotional affair or some other boundary issue. It doesn’t even have to be a deal breaker to drive you crazy with total frustration.

Maybe you are the one with the recurring problem, or maybe it is completely co-created and you each have a part in it.

You may have tried therapy, and it helped somewhat, then you feel you’re back at square one. Quite possibly the answer is not to give up yet, but to commit to a set number of weeks or months to really work on it.

When is enough enough? Tell me some of the guidelines you use to help you make the decision to cut bait and move on.

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