Dear Dr. Warren, I dated a wonderful woman for three years. We had deep-rooted compatibility, great sex, and what felt like real love between us. Since we broke up, I've met some great women on eHarmony, but I can't stop comparing them to my old love.
Whether she can’t get along with other women, hates your friends, or redefines "ultra-high maintenance," every man’s got his list of deal breakers. When that switch is flipped, the relationship peaks, and the end feels near. Do you exit gracefully or wait and see?