You are always watching what you say or how you act, because your partner tends to get on your case or has been critical of you in the past.

You just never feel completely relaxed around them, even after dating for a good amount of months.

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If you have been with your partner for awhile and just don't see how it would ever work together down the line, it might be a good idea to evaluate why you are with this person and what you are really looking for. Compatibility is an essential ingredient for a happy and peaceful union, and if you and your partner have many fundamental differences, it may make things that much harder. Many of us go through the motions and are so afraid to be alone that we stay in situations which aren't fulfilling.

Dating should be fun, exciting and heartwarming, not another chore.

It's not always going to be sunshine and roses, but you should feel happy to see them most of the time.

Instead of feeling energized after hanging out with your partner, you feel emotionally drained most of the time.

They seem to always have something to complain about, or just have a negative outlook on life.

Either way, the person you choose to spend your life with should really lift you up rather than drag you down.And it shouldn't feel like "work" most of the time.If you are with someone and don't really want to introduce them to your friends, this is not a good sign (and you should ask yourself why! If you are with someone and they never bring you around their friends, it's another sign.If your most trusted friends are expressing concern about your relationship, take heart.These people may be able to see things more objectively than you, so it's important to be open and hear what they have to say.After a certain amount of time together, it is normal to start thinking about what the future might be like as a couple. He wants to be together seven nights a week, while you love time with your girlfriends. You realize that you feel completely ambivalent when you are around him.