No matter the buzz that they may be on the market to buy a new love nest together in L.A. or NYC or London. And no matter that they're reportedly "having sex seven times a day!" (Bhahaha.) All along, it was probably only a matter of time before we started hearing talk that Robert Pattinson-Kristen Stewart were on the verge of another, very final breakup.
While the latest gossip isn't that they're actually, officially dunzo, what a friend of RPatz supposedly has to say to Life & Style doesn't seem to bode well for their relationship's outlook. Despite what we've heard, their London trip may have been filled with perpetual fighting and unhappiness. Buuuummer.
The friend says:
Things with them aren’t good. They’ve been fighting a lot. Rob isn’t happy. It’s just a matter of time before he ends this.
Eek. Sounds pretty rough. Granted, this could be a buncha bollocks, but if there is any truth to it, I dunno ... There's a very likely possibility that they are on the brink of a split. Because "fighting a lot" is one of the first indications there's probably no turning back.
I remember when a friend of mine told me she broke up with her boyfriend of a couple of years. I asked what happened, and she told me how they were doing nothing but fighting .. ... about everything. It just wasn't fun anymore. Not that you should expect relationships to always be fun. There are always going to be off-the-charts happy times and incredibly rough patches. But when it stops feeling like you can or even want to make it work, because you're perpetually as miserable as Rob's "pal" makes it sound like he is, it must really be the end of the road. Sad.
But if these two really can't make one another happy anymore, maybe it is about time they call it quits -- for better or worse. (All things considered, probably better.)
Do you agree fighting all the time and being perpetually unhappy is a sign it's time to end a relationship?
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