I have noticed over the years that quite a few people I know split up with their long-term partners/boyfriends/girlfriends when they were around the age of 25-30. Most of these are long term relationships, some at least 7 or 8 years long.
I have been trying to understand why people who have been together for so long break up around that time. It seems that this is the age when most people start to realise who they really are as individuals and start to seriously think about which directions they want to take their lives in. It seems to be the time when people start to become spiritually aware.
This seems to be the only plausible explanation as to why people would make such drastic changes in their lives.
I am interested to know whether anybody has noticed similar break-ups and why you think those break-ups happen?
asked 23 Mar '10, 09:56
From an astrological perspective, this is due to the Saturn Return
Wikipedia has this entry...
As I've mentioned before on this website, true astrological studies are studies of metaphysical cycles, not the fortune-telling type stuff that the average person believes that it is.
And this Saturn Return is just one of those cycles. But, as I've also said before here, I believe all these (meta)physical cyclic effects are just background effects compared to your focused alignment on what you want.
But because most people do not give much deliberate focus to anything in their lives, they tend to be more prone to the natural cycles. For them, Saturn Return can be a bumpy ride :)
answered 23 Mar '10, 18:49
a twosome in time can grow together or apart; it is of the nature of a relationship.
as a thought is held less in our mind it (the joy) dissipates and often replaced what is believed of more importance.
maybe 25-30 year olds talk more about it than the rest
answered 26 Mar '10, 01:11
This web site may have some answers for your question: www.savethemales.ca
answered 28 Mar '10, 01:52
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