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Is it Really Broken?

All relationships go through normal ups and downs. So how do you know when you’re in a rough patch or when its’ really over for good? In her book, Coming Apart, psychotherapist Daphne Rose Kingma helps to spell out the difference. As care2.com says: Nonproductive repetitive fighting, boredom (not to be mistaken for familiarity) or emotional distance, are all signs that your relationship might be irreparably broken and not just “on break.”  If these signs sound all-too familiar, a breakup might be for the best. Now you can get busy finding the person who is right for you!

Posted: 3/7/08