Cupid's Pulse Article: Audrina Patridge and Corey Bohan Split After Five Years TogetherCupid's Pulse Article: Audrina Patridge and Corey Bohan Split After Five Years Together

By Laura Seaman

The on-and-off couple of Audrina Patridge and Corey Bohan have called it quits yet again. However, a source tells “I don’t think they’ll get back together this time.” Patridge and Bohan have been dating on-and-off for the last five years, their last split being in March of 2011. They had just gone on a romantic getaway to Mexico in May. But on July 27, the Hills actress posted on social media, “Man is not what he thinks he is, he is what he hides”. Yikes.

How do you know when an on-again off-again relationship should end for good?

Cupid’s Advice:

Some on-and-off relationships can go on forever, and some end with the couple getting married and living happily ever after. However, some of them end in heartbreak. But maybe it’s for the better! So when it is time to finally call it quits and move on? There are some ways of knowing.

1. When you’re ‘off again’ more than ‘on again’. If your time together is getting shorter and shorter, maybe it’s time to just stop it altogether. It should be pretty clear by now that any relationship between you two is only used as a temporary fix that will never last. Look for a more durable relationship!

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2. When you break up, it’s very damaging. If you walk away from every argument and breakup with another little piece of your heart broken, it’s time to leave. You can only take so much! This relationship is clearly toxic, and you need to spare yourself the pain.

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3. When you’re ‘on again’, you forgive and forget. Nothing is going to get fixed if you just forget the problems that broke you up in the first place. If you get back together, you need to talk about why you broke up in the first place. If you don’t, the problem will just keep resurfacing until it becomes too much. A relationship without communication isn’t one worth having.

Have you ever ended an on-and-off relationship? How did you know it was the right thing to do? Let us know in the comments!