Why are you reading this article?
Obviously, you are looking for a reason to give up the guy that doesn’t want to be in a relationship with you.
I understand the feeling when you are so ready to give up but something still keeps telling you that it is not the right time to cut off even though you are really angry and hurt by the relationship.
But, I would like to ask one important question… Do you really love him or are you just lonely and don’t want to cut him off?
Before answering that question, check out 15 reasons why you should cut him off if he doesn’t want a relationship.
Because once you know this relationship isn’t worth it, you will find yourself in a much happier place. Many other guys out there who really could be the ones you are waiting for.
It probably won’t be easy, but don’t hesitate. Let’s get started:
1) You deserve better
You deserve a man who thinks about you.
Because not getting a call back is painful, but if he doesn’t even care enough to let you know what’s going on with him, then it’s time to move on.
I think being alone is hard; it is not a lot of fun. But if you are in love with someone who doesn’t love you back, why are you staying?
When I was trying to be nicer to this guy, I even told him to never text me again because he made me feel pathetic.
I don’t know why I thought it was my job to teach him how to be a man; it wasn’t and he didn’t deserve my time.
The point is when you meet a man who doesn’t deserve you, the second you start to feel bad about yourself and wonder why he isn’t worth it, stop yourself.
If he doesn’t care enough to let you know what’s going on with him, then he probably doesn’t deserve you.
2) You’re wasting your time and energy
You can’t keep trying if he doesn’t feel the same way. It’s draining being invested in someone who only sees you as a friend or casual hookup.
Time is the ultimate currency.
You can either spend it on someone who gives you no value or invest it in yourself; be happy with yourself and enjoy life.
If you wait for him, then you are wasting your time, but if you take that time and invest in yourself, then you will be surprised by what happens.
The difference between being alone and being in a relationship is the amount of energy I spend on the relationship.
Being single is a lot simpler, so I’m going to try and be more productive with my time.
When you stay in a relationship that isn’t working out, then you are wasting your time and energy.
3) You’re the only one who cares about the relationship
This is a big one.
You might not want to admit it, but if you care about the relationship and your guy doesn’t, that’s a problem.
Now, this doesn’t mean that he doesn’t want to be with you or like you – it just means that he doesn’t want to commit and make things official.
You might be the only one making plans with him and going out to do fun things together, but in this case, it means that he just wants to keep you around because you’re valuable.
If he’s not pursuing it, then you shouldn’t either.
I know that finding a decent guy is hard nowadays, but if you don’t want him hanging around like a bad habit, then it’s time for him to go.
There is plenty of other fish in the sea – and in this case, maybe you can find someone who actually wants something real with you.
Instead of trying to make this work and suffer through it, cut him off before it gets worse.
4) He doesn’t understand you
When you are in a relationship with someone who doesn’t understand you and treats you like a goddess, it can hurt.
But sometimes the best thing to do is end that relationship and find someone who does.
I started speaking up for myself instead of just accepting everything I was receiving. Because if I just kept giving out, I would end up feeling empty inside.
Ending that relationship was one of the best things I have done for myself.
5) He makes you feel bad about yourself
One of the signs that he’s not serious about a relationship is if he makes you feel bad about yourself.
Possibly on purpose, or possibly subconsciously, but either way it will get in the way of having a healthy relationship.
If your guy constantly tells you what an idiot you are and how great his life is without you in it, this might be one of the reasons to cut him off.
He doesn’t know how to treat a girlfriend right and he hasn’t learned yet – at least not yet.
So stay away from him until he learns how to be a good boyfriend (unless he’s already well aware).
6) He’s never around you when you need him
If your guy is really into you, he should always be there for you and ready to help when you’re in need.
But if he leaves after work, right after dinner, or whenever it is that he can’t hang out with you, then it’s time to cut him off.
What is he doing?
Is it a night at the club? Is he with other girls? Or did he just have a big fight with his mother again and has to get some space from her?
Only he knows. But whatever the case may be, if your guy isn’t there for you when you need him, then it’s time to cut him off.
If he can’t be there for you, then he’s clearly not that into you.
So why do you want to continue this relationship with someone who doesn’t care about you?
7) You will feel lonely in this relationship
Not everyone can be the kind of person who can deal with loneliness and enjoy being by herself.
But when you are in a relationship with someone who doesn’t really want to be in a relationship, then you will feel lonely.
This is going to happen if you don’t cut them off and start meeting awesome people.
Huge mistake fell for him, but I’m glad I did because now I know what the deal is and it’s time to move on.
Learn from my mistakes, girl!
So cut him off and start finding happiness. You are going to meet someone who does care and wants to be in this with you.
He will make you feel like the most important person on the planet and will give you back what you deserve.
Don’t settle for less or stay stuck in a relationship that isn’t working out, because there is someone out there for YOU all along.
8) He’ll never think of you as his life partner
This is the best reason to cut him off.
I’m not saying that you should give up on love and settle for someone who treats you like crap, but if your life partner isn’t going to be this guy, then why would you keep trying?
He’s not worth it.
Let me ask you something: When was the last time your guy took you on a date that wasn’t food or drinks?
Because if he can’t give you quality dates, then that’s not someone who cares about you and is extremely low in value.
You deserve more than this, so cut him off and find them today!
9) Whenever you do something wrong, he stays away from you
If you did something wrong, your guy will either be extremely hard on you and will never forgive you – or he’ll have to distance himself from you and come back to you later on.
Because he doesn’t know how to treat a girlfriend right, his attitude is all over the place.
And if he’s constantly pressuring you to get better and tell him what’s wrong (like this one who I mentioned in an earlier article), then that is not someone who cares about your feelings or wants a healthy relationship with you.
If he’s not supporting you, then he’s not into you, so why do you want to continue with a relationship like this?
10) He doesn’t understand what you need
If your guy doesn’t understand your needs, then he’s not going to actually care about you.
There’s nothing more frustrating than being in a relationship where the guy you’re with doesn’t understand what you need.
And the worst thing is that they won’t try to learn because they are too busy being selfish and only want to be in charge of everything.
Though it might be scary at first, cutting them off and finding someone who does care about you will give you a better life than staying with these types of guys.
11) You don’t have fun together anymore
When you start dating him, the fun starts right away.
If you used to have so much fun together, why does it feel like a chore going on a date now?
Sure, you can still manage to have a great time, but it just won’t be the same.
And if he doesn’t really care about you, then there is no difference between dating and living together – except that your panties aren’t in his bed.
This happens with all relationships – they become a routine so that you don’t get stuck into the same thing every day and feel like he doesn’t care about you at all.
So if the fun goes out – it’s not worth staying in this relationship.
12) He’s a bad influence on you
There are two types of bad influences: the ones who bring out the worst in you, and the ones who bring out the best in you.
The first type of bad influence is dangerous and will leave you crying over text messages or fighting at midnight.
I know that we’re only young, but we are also impressionable.
If he’s leading you down the wrong path, then it’s time for you to take control and decide who your best friend is going to be.
I was always looking for someone who would say something positive about me or make me feel good about myself, but I never had that from my boyfriends.
My relationships always ended when my boyfriend’s parents got sick of me or they just found another girl they were interested in.
The problem is, I felt like I wasn’t really anyone to them.
13) He’s taking you for granted
I knew that it was time to cut him off when I started to feel like he took me for granted.
I know in relationships, there is always going to be that one person who loves more than the other, but there’s a fine line between loving someone more than the other and taking them for granted.
If he’s taking you for granted, it’s just not working out.
He might not even realize he’s doing it, but if your guy doesn’t appreciate what you are giving him, then something needs to change.
You can’t stay in a relationship where you feel alone and invisible.
If he is really into you, then he will appreciate everything you are doing, no matter how small it is.
14) You’re always the one to end things
One of the surprises in my relationships was that I was always the one to break up.
Everyone else just brushed me off as “too clingy” or “overly emotional” and never understood why I couldn’t stay in a relationship with these guys.
I know that it was time for me to cut my ex off when I realized I was always the one who ended things.
I realized that if I could end them both myself and go out of my way to break up with him, then his interest in me must have gone down.
Ending a relationship is hard when you’re in it and your guy doesn’t want to end it, but sometimes he’s not about the breakup or does not want to end it.
Especially because he has no idea how much damage he’s doing.
15) Time to move on
For all the reasons that may be, if you can not see yourself with him in the future, this is the time to cut them off.
You might have to be in a relationship, but you should also never feel trapped in your own relationship.
Because if you do not feel like it’s ever going to get better, then it’s not right for you.
I’m so glad I cut off my ex and left when I did because if I stayed with him, I would have regretted my decision for a long time.
I am glad I made the decision to let things go.
How do you know when to cut someone off?
Well, it all depends on your relationship, but I think that if you’re in a long-term relationship and nothing’s changing anytime soon, it may be time for a breakup.
I wish I could say that I’m an expert at relationships and love advice so that every guy out there knows exactly how to treat their girlfriends, but I can’t.
Having bad experiences in past relationships has taught me a lot about how not to treat girls or how not to be treated by others.
You don’t feel good around him. Be very wary of this one!
Oftentimes when you feel bad around someone, it’s a sign that they don’t care about you.
You might not necessarily like your guy as a person and he might not really care about you either, but if there’s no chemistry, you’ll never feel good around him.
If there are “bad” feelings or emotions inside of you, then the guy can’t be good for you – or for anyone.
The only way to make them go away is to disconnect with them quickly and move on to someone who makes you happy.
What’s the big deal?
I’ve been there and I know that it sucks a lot when you think that you’ve found someone who actually cares about you, but then they don’t treat you right.
You feel so bad afterward because you thought that he was better than this and yet he isn’t.
But from experience, I can tell you that it’s not good to stay in bad situations for very long because in the end, there’s more damage than good.
The longer you get stuck in it, the worse the situation becomes, and eventually something bad happens that can’t be fixed.
Why waste more time? There are plenty of other amazing men out there
So if you’re thinking about cutting him off, don’t put it off any longer.
Is this relationship really worth your time if you can never get to know your guy because of his lies and dishonesty?
Do you want to continue being in this relationship with someone who doesn’t care about you and only wants to take advantage of what you have to offer?
I know I wouldn’t. And I’m guessing that most women wouldn’t either.
Thankfully, there are plenty of other men out there who will actually care about the relationship and not just the things that come along with it.
Things are never going to change if you continue to be with that person who doesn’t care about you.
We’ve discussed 15 reasons why you should cut the guy off right now and why this should be a must-do step.
I hope that you’ve learned something valuable here because no one wants to end up in a situation like this one.
If there’s any chance at all that your relationship can get better, then do everything you can to make it happen.
I’m not saying that this is the best solution to your problem or the only thing you could have done, but if you truly care about what’s happening in your life, then there’s nothing more important than making sure that things aren’t going badly by cutting him off and moving forward with someone who actually cares about you.
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