When to call it quits.

In a relationship when do you know to call it quits? Not just a significant other, but friends or even family?

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    04/16/14
    I think it's different in each scenario.. I have had to move on from some friends that haas become too gossipy or material.. or I had to move on from a friend that had left her husband and was using her kids as a way to get to him and I couldn't watch it happen or stand by and pretend to support her..

    Relationships with guys.. ugh.. I probably should have left many of them before I did.. lol.. But sometimes you need time to really just let it set in..
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      04/16/14
      I've never had to call it quits with a significant other, but with some family. With my dad, it was a "I don't agree with the way you do things/I disapprove of the party-er/alcoholic/druggie lifestyle that you've lived my entire life and I don't want to expose my daughter to it the way I was in my childhood" and so I just stopped talking to him or even keeping in contact on the big things.
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        04/16/14
        I no longer have a relationship with my older brother. For me I don't care much but it stinks that my son will miss out on some relationships with his cousins. He has quite a few more but I wasn't raised around a lot of family and wanted better for Charlie.

        I think deep down we all know when it's time to walk away. But guilt or how other people might see us gets in the way. If you're doing good for you and your family there is nothing wrong about dropping off the people that make the good, bad.
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