Deal-breakers are those things (character traits, lifestyle choices, behavior, etc.) in a relationship that can end the relationship. Some people have very specific deal-breakers and others have general ways of evaluating whether or not they will continue a relationship.
Common relationship deal-breakers:
- Domestic violence
- Change in sexual orientation
- Criminal activity
- Substance abuse
- Poor financial habits
- Undesirable personality traits
- i.e., anger, jealousy, uncleanliness, conceit, etc.