Whereas, during struggle days, he used to sing at clubs and small gatherings.It can be really unnerving when you're in a relationship and you're not sure if your partner is just in a super grumpy mood, or they actually are trying to drop clues that he or she wants to end your relationship.And while the good news is that nine times out of 10, this scenario is just you having an insecure week, or your partner having an extra stressful week, or possibly the two combined, with a sour cherry on top in the form of some sort of recent big fight or other drama — sometimes, when things feel off, they are legit off and it's time to give your relationship some serious attention.Maybe your partner has been skulking around with a scowl on their face, and you have no idea why.Plans to do things together become more like ‘maybes’ than those things you used to get excited about." Then, before you know it, you don't even know what is going on with your partner."Distance breeds distance and eventually communication becomes non-existent," he says. Some good examples of weird clichés that should signal alarm bells: 'Maybe we’re just not meant to be'; 'Relationships shouldn’t be this much work'; or 'Maybe we’re too different,' relationship coach and therapist Anita Chlipala tells Bustle.Whereas there is no official statement from any side not in the interview nor via social media and that is burning the fire of curiosity among people to know the actuality of rumors.
Moreover, the couple had allegedly faced a break up in the past which was later patched up. No doubt, Ashlen Diaz supports him a lot, during the early days of his career.Any of these annoying statements should tip you off to the fact that your partner is just saying stuff to see what you'll say, but they're already halfway out the door."Ending a relationship doesn’t come easily and it’s normal to have doubts about making the right decision," she says.