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How to Understand You Have Fallen Out of Love with Your Partner

How to Understand You Have Fallen Out of Love with Your Partner
How to Understand You Have Fallen Out of Love with Your Partner

The fact that you have a healthy and prosperous relationship with your partner does not mean that they can not end. A breakup is associated with cheating, quarrels, but often feelings fade away so imperceptibly that it’s even difficult to immediately notice that. How to understand that you have fallen out of love with your partner when everything seems to be perfect in a relationship?

You Feel Irritated for No Reason

It’s normal to periodically experience irritation near a partner. Everyone has periods when partners need to rest from each other. It is all about the frequency and intensity of this feeling. When their very presence, the desire to hug or talk to you pisses you off, and this happens almost all the time, then perhaps, a deeper feeling is hidden behind the irritation. If this emotion seems already too familiar, try to find out why it occurs. Maybe you want to leave your partner and meet single women.

You Don’t Keep in Touch with a Partner When You Are Not Together

Perhaps you initially did not have the habit of calling up or chatting during a busy day, and this relationship format is convenient for both of you. But even without correspondence, a temporary separation can tell you something about your feelings for the partner. How often do you think about them during the day and with what emotions? Who do you want to share the good or bad news with first? If you want to understand whether this relationship is significant or not, it’s useful to watch whether you will look forward to meeting the partner, whether you want to spend time with them or you do that only by inertia.

You Have Begun to Hang Out with Friends More Often

According to psychologists, an unsatisfied partner can begin to more intensively invest in communication with family, friends, and colleagues if a romantic relationship is no longer pleasant. Such people often have a sudden increased interest in social life. It is about a return to a past hobby or finding new ones, a desire to spend time with friends. At the same time, the person does not insist that the partner join them. Sometimes this behavior is manifested not in the desire to be without a partner but in the desire to spend less time alone with them. 

You Are Bored

You are bored not only at this moment but in general. It is often difficult to understand the root cause of apathy: you start analyzing life, work, it seems that the problem is you, even though you are not satisfied with only one thing, your relationship with the partner. You are no longer glad to see them, you don’t want to listen to them, and you feel total indifference.

You Try to Stay at Work

This is another form of increased interest in social life. When personal relationships no longer bring joy, a person can begin to sublimate their energy into a career. Besides, you can just spend time with colleagues because the goal is the same: you want to spend less time with your partner and distract yourself from thoughts about your true feelings.

3 Questions That Will Help You Sort Out Your Feelings

If any of the above-mentioned points resemble your life, ask yourself these additional questions. They will help you understand how you feel in a relationship.

·     What do I want from this relationship and do I get it?

Think not about what you already have but about what you want from a relationship: support, attention, common interests with a partner, intellectual closeness, and so on. Understand what is missing from your list in your relationship.

·     What do I want to give my partner, and do I give it?

Try to determine what you would like to give your partner and how you would like to see yourself in a relationship. And then objectively evaluate what you are not giving from this and whether this can be changed.

·     Maybe I’m expecting from a partner what I should expect from myself?

It is possible that you feel stuck, degraded, boring not because of your relationship. Sometimes it’s worth taking a look at yourself to understand that you have not been satisfied with your work for a long time, you have no friends, or you have ceased to be as active as before, and you don’t develop. A partner should not be responsible for your happiness entirely. They cannot fix your laziness, fear of leaving your comfort zone or unwillingness to change your life.

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