10 Things That Push Men To End Relationships

Lack of Communication

Choosing Therapy states that couples who struggle with lack of communication in their relationship usually experience ongoing, unresolved conflict, making it difficult to manage stressors such as finances, sexual intimacy, children, and work.  

Different Life Goals

Many people find it difficult to agree on life choices. They may terminate a relationship if they don't think you can compromise on marriage, children, profession, and lifestyle.


Differences in personality, values, and interests may cause discontent and mismatch. Leaving the relationship may feel like the only way to be happy if this causes constant disagreement or incapacity to enjoy time together.

Feeling Unappreciated

Underappreciation in a relationship may damage your emotions and self-esteem, according to Psych Central. To resolve this, partners should be recognized for their efforts to retain trust and respect.

Lack of Intimacy

Lack of physical or emotional closeness in a relationship may worsen conflict, stress, and attractiveness. This might generate disregard or rejection and create a rift.

Financial Disagreements

In limited finances or unforeseen situations, money may stress a relationship. Forbes says, Implementing strategies to resolve financial conflicts, such as fostering open communication, providing empathy about ingrained money beliefs.

Emotional or Physical Abuse

Any sort of relationship violence is unacceptable and warrants a breakup for personal safety and well-being. Due to social norms, men struggle to tolerate abuse.

Lack of Support During Difficult Times

Partner assistance is crucial for security and collaboration during difficult times. Feeling alone in stressful times might cause anger and breakups due to a lack of support.

Jealousy and Possessiveness

According to Verywell Mind, 79% of men and 66% of women defined themselves as jealous. Too much jealousy or possessiveness may suffocate and damage a relationship. Jealous partners often have trust or self-esteem difficulties.

Constant Criticism or Negativity

Persistent criticism may lower self-esteem and mental health, making a person feel better outside the relationship. Constant criticism and belittlement may sometimes make people feel inferior.