It should come as no surprise to anyone who has dated ever that sometimes, two people are way better off as friends than lovers. Often, we’re too blinded by surface compatibility to really notice that just because two people have things in common doesn’t necessarily mean they’ll work together as a couple.
Being a gay man who used to date women throughout high school, I’m something of an expert on the subject, but straight couples can (and often do) end up in this kind of situation. So what does it look like when two people seem perfect for each other on the outside, but are actually a trainwreck when it comes to the actual romance?
I’ve compiled a list of the seven signs it’s time to give up on loving each other and settle for going out to Froyo with a group of friends. Sometimes, breakups don’t have to be messy; sometimes they’re for the best when two people who aren’t working need to cut their losses and salvage what is great in their relationship: just being pals.
#1. There’s No Sεxual Chemistry. I should note that this is very different than the frequency of sex in your relationship. Some couples only bone a few times every month, others can’t keep their hands off each other. Point being, you should not take stock of how much sεx you’re having, but how the sεx is when you do have it. If there is a total lack of interest in both parties, and you’d rather watch a Donald Trump debate than look at your boo nakεd after the shower, maybe the spark isn’t there and probably never will be.
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