Please note that some of these reasons vary in severity and some could indicate a pattern of abuse. If you or someone you know is in an abusive relationship please seek help or call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233.
4. The distance is too much.
Long distance relationships aren't for everyone.
While, despite what you might have heard, long distance can work, that doesn't mean it's easy and it's certainly not for everyone. If your long distance relationship is leaving you feeling worn and lonely, it may be time to evaluate if it's worth continuing, especially if there's no end in sight.
5. You want different things.
It's hard when no one's done anything wrong.
Breaking up with someone for wanting different things is so hard. It's a case where no one has done anything wrong, you've just reached the point where the future you each envision for yourselves doesn't mesh. Whether it's that one of you wants kids or the other wants to move far away, realizing that these desires aren't likely to change is incredibly mature and a valid reason to break up with someone you love.