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Your Relationship Losing Spark? Quora Reveals Why People Fall Out of Love?

Here are 7 telltale signs that reveal that you fall out of love.


When we fall in love, we start feeling that finally, we have met a person with whom we can spend the rest of our lives. That is why it is so hard for us to make up our minds about whether or not we should leave a relationship. When we no longer feel happy and always hold out hope that things might get better somehow. On the other hand, it is difficult to know if your feelings for someone really have changed or if your partner is just going through a rough patch.

After all, you would not want to give up on someone and throw everything you have with them just to spend the rest of your life wondering if you made a mistake.

Quora Reveal Why you Fall out of love 

Here are some reasons who explained why they or people fall out of love.

A quora user recalled her experience of falling out of love.

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“Toilet lid left up, toothpaste lid left off.. yes those are minor things, but when asked nicely if he could please leave things in MY home as he found them and his reply was a black eye, broken specs, and cheekbone is the second I decided I didn’t love him”.

Another user was kind enough to explain the concept with examples of life. Have a look:

“The answer to this is straightforward. It’s the human tendency to never be satisfied and constantly ask and hope for more.

This is not just about love, but take an example of anything in your life.

When you are a kid, you are taught that once you pass your 10th std, you won’t have to struggle so much.

Well, reality changes when you realize this is just the start.

When you clear your MBA entrance exams, you are proud of yourself, but you soon realize the more complex obstacle is getting a good-paying job after your MBA.

When it becomes a reality, what seems like a distant dream, you change your goal.

In the context of love, you may find 5 traits in a guy that you think to make him THE one today.

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Tomorrow those 5 traits become a basic necessity, and your aspirations will grow.

It’s about being content and happy with what you have.

No one will fall out of love if you manage to do that.”

However, apart from Quora users, Spiritual Guru Sadguru decodes the concept of falling out of love in his own way.

You must be a self-start machine. Otherwise, you will try to extract happiness from the other person after some time. That is when these love affairs become tedious and horrible. There are two ways to enter into a relationship.

One way is because you want to extract something from someone.

Another way is because you want to share something with someone.

If you are out to share, your life will be good. It will get terrible if you are out to the extract. You have seen people who thought they were absolute lovers later how terrible it becomes for many of them. Not because there is anything wrong with them. Simply because you started off on the wrong footing, thinking, “This person is the source of my joy.” Whether it is joy or misery, the source is within you. It is for you to decide. If you are a joyful human being, they will also want to be with you. If you are miserable, they will endure you for some time.

Signs that you fall out of love

Here are some signs that reveal you are falling out of love.

  1. You notice more of their flaws
  2. You don’t communicate as much
  3. You spend less time with them
  4. You feel more attracted to other people
  5. You stop picturing a future with them
  6. You stop prioritizing your relationship
  7. You’ve lost respect for them

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Ayushi Mittal

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