By Kristyn Schwiep

Natasha Henstridge has filed for divorce from husband Darius Campbell, ending their two-year marriage.  According to People, Henstridge, 38, filed for divorce on July 23 according to documents filed in a Los Angeles county Superior Court. The papers reveal the exes have been separated since April 10.  Campbell, 32, told The Daily Mail, “We decided to file for divorce and we ask for privacy at this time.”  It was a mutual decision to end their marriage, Campbell said.

How do you know when it’s time to call it quits on a relationship?

Cupid’s Advice:

Ending a relationship is never an easy decision.  If you’re feeling confused about ending a relationship you need to consider some red flags. Cupid has some advice for you:

1. Isolation: If your partner starts to drive everyone that you care about away from you it is a red flag and you need to kick them to the curb.  You deserve to be in a relationship with someone who loves that you have your own life and friends and family that care about you.  So, if you are feeling lonely and dependent on your partner it is time to call it quits.

2.  Crying: It’s time to call your relationship quits if you can’t stop crying or if the tears start to appear at any given moment.  You deserve to be in a relationship that has you smiling, not crying.  

3. Abuse: If you start to experience physical or verbal abuse it is time to put an end to your relationship.  If you are physically abused it is safe to say that it will happen more than once.  Also, if your partner uses any words to put you down frequently its a clear sign to leave.  You need to be in a healthy-non violent relationship with someone who respects you.

How do you know when it’s time to call it quits on a relationship? Share your thoughts below.