Dysfunctional relationships aren't healthy. But just because most of us wouldn't want to keep hopping from one relationship to another, we tend to continue such relationships.
But times have changed and it is no longer a taboo to move out of a relationship especially when it proves to be totally unhealthy.
Whether it is a loveless relationship that leaves you thirsty or an abusive relationship that leaves you drained, it is always a healthy choice to move on.
Of course, every break up doesn't imply starting a new relationship mindlessly. It is better to stay single rather than taking another wrong step that ruins your life more.
Also, health experts say that it is totally unhealthy to abuse someone and at the same time, it is also unhealthy to take abuse from someone.
Both of them are detrimental to mental health and that explains why the number of people suffering from depression and stress is increasing nowadays.
So, choosing a peaceful life is always healthy and if it demands a decision that involves moving far away from a partner that never gives you what you want, it is still better to go for it, say relationship experts.