February Romance/Erotica Author Interview Answer #7 “How do you know when to end a relationship?”

Romance/Erotica Author Interview
Romance/Erotica Author Interview

Hello everyone! It’s time to reveal the answers for all 12 questions answered by 12 author participants in the February Group Author Interview, in the 12 genres, 12 authors, 12 months and 12 questions series! The support from Romance/Erotica authors was amazing as we have 12 authors participating in this group author interview.

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So, the 7th question is “How do you know when to end a relationship?”

1) Author #1 : Chloe S. Flanagan

I think if you can step back and make an honest assessment that both parties would be happier and/or healthier apart, rather than together, then it’s time to end a relationship. 

2) Author #2: Olena Kagui

Personally, I end relationships when they feel stale. When there’s no longer any spark, passion or sense of adventure. A good couple can always create one of those three things in a relationship, no matter how long they have been together. Once that comes to an end, a relationship will wilt and in my opinion, that’s when you prune it and end the suffering.

3) Author #3: Angela Breen

This is tough. I’ve only ended a couple (I married my high school sweetheart). But since I was in high school or middle school at the time, it was pretty much on impulse. The one that I really thought about was my boyfriend before my husband. He was older than me and there were a few red flags that helped me make the decision. 

4) Author #4: Victoria Spencer

When I’m bored and the tenderness is gone. Which makes me sound so heartless, but it’s true! I’m usually a very patient person with my significant others, but once I’m done, I’m done.

5) Author #5: Erin Lynne 

Ugh, I wish I knew when I was younger. Now, I would give the advice that you get what you put up with. If you are unhappy, is that what you deserve?

6) Author #6: Victoria Grant

I’m a romance novelist. Relationships don’t end, they just keep getting better. 😉

7) Author #7: Marie Lavender

I think when a relationship is personally damaging, it might be time to call it quits.

8) Author #8: Jennifer Carole Lewis

Ending a relationship is always a difficult and personal decision with a lot of complicating outside factors.  But my rule of thumb is that if you have to sacrifice your sense of safety, personal respect or ability to be yourself, then the relationship is no longer a good one.

9) Author #9: Amber Daulton

Ending a relationship is always a difficult and personal decision with a lot of complicating outside factors.  But my rule of thumb is that if you have to sacrifice your sense of safety, personal respect or ability to be yourself, then the relationship is no longer a good one.

10) Author #10: J. Grayland

When there is no spark, when you have worked at it.

11) Author #11: Nicole Highland

When there is no spark, when you have worked at it.

12) Author #12: Renata Sterling

I think that when a relationship begins to cause a person to shrink and become less of who they are, diminish who they are, and is rooted in negativity — anger, constant conflict, and jealousy, it may be time to part ways.  But the key is that if both parties are not willing to show true love and compassion for the other and cannot get over and heal from past hurts, it may be time to leave. You can appreciate the experience shared but you have to love yourself and your partner enough to let them go and find someone more suitable for them, while you do the same.

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Jasveena

Founder of International Book Promotion

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