I’ve learned that when someone starts to nitpick about even the smallest things in a relationship, this may be a sign they’re looking for their out. the more they nitpick, the more you’ll want out too. They Always Threaten to End The Relationship If the person you’re with threatens to leave whenever a disagreement arises, this is more than just a threat. If you’ve been invested in the relationship for awhile but it doesn’t seem to be moving forward, this is a sign they’re not interested in taking the relationship to the next level.They may only be interested in companionship and the benefits that come along with it. They’ll say they don’t want a relationship but keep calling, leaving you thinking they really do. It’s tempting to hold out and hope they’ll change, but you should definitely listen when they say they don’t want a serious relationship.Though the information is both experiential and anecdotal, I found it immensely helpful in diagnosing the health of a church. True Christianity is a faith that always seeks to put others first. I would love to hear from you about any of these signs in your church.Sadly, in many of the churches across our land, members are more concerned about getting their own personal needs and preferences met. I particularly would like to hear from some people how their churches address these matters positively and proactively. If a church had four or more of these signs present, I would let the leadership know that remedial efforts were in order.
First thing: Consider the source for the lack of lust. Resentments, and guilt can all impact the quantity and quality of your nooky.3.) Molehills to Mountains Little disagreements can be precursors of big problems to come.You should be arguing about which position to try next, not "why you didn't call?Do you find yourself waiting on them, or even changing your life around them?That is a major sign that you may find yourself waiting years for a more serious commitment.