Jennifer Oikle, Ph.D., is a relationship psychologist and dating coach. Her passion is coaching singles in Authentic Attraction so they can step into their best self and attract the kind of love that lasts a lifetime. She’s also an expert in helping singles dissolve the deepest obstacles that keep them from creating fulfilling relationships. After meeting her husband through Internet dating, she now enjoys assisting singles in finding real love online. Her work has been frequently featured in Cosmo & Happen Mag, as well as Redbook, Women’s Day, the John Tesh Show, and others. Find out how to become a Mate Magnet by taking her quizzes at mysoulmatesolution.com and meetyourmateonline.com.
Has your relationship been the cause of more stress than sweetness lately? Perhaps the guy that used to bring a huge smile to your lips now sparks more of a knot in your stomach, a tear in your eye, or just a plain sigh. If it seems like your relationship has seen better days, it may be time to ask the obvious question:
Is it best to move on?
In fact, the biggest mistake people make is staying too long in a relationship that is heading nowhere. If you love yourself and your partner, you owe it to both of you to look the ugly in the eye, be honest with each other, and make a courageous decision that frees you both for what you really long for: A love that actually works.
How do you know when it’s time to call it quits?
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