This sign is pretty straightforward. There are certain situations where you need your significant other to be there for you. In such cases, you have to prioritize being with your partner over everything else. These could be moments where they require emotional support or a shoulder to lean on. Being there for them in these moments can build the foundations of a relationship. However, if your partner is not there for these moments, then it might mean they’ve checked out of the relationship, at least mentally. This is detrimental for any relationship since you have to be there for each other through thick and thin.
When you’re in a relationship, your significant other is often the first person you tell when you reach a milestone. This could be a promotion at work, getting your first client, winning a fantasy football league, and so on. It doesn’t need to be a significant milestone; it could also include setbacks. However, when an important event occurs, regardless of whether it’s good or bad, you tell your partner first. If your partner is not keeping you in the loop about these events, this is a severe problem. It can be happening because, either consciously or subconsciously, they have decided that telling you is not essential. If you’re spending your life with someone, you need to stay informed about the big moments.
If your partner is avoiding going home, then this a sign they have lost interest in the relationship. They could be avoiding communication because it’s challenging to convey what they want out. Avoidance is never the answer to any problem. Ripping the bandage off is probably the best way to go. The quicker you do that, the quicker both people can move on. If there’s a pattern of staying late at work or finding excuses to be away from you, then this is a sign of disinterest.