When youfall in love, it feels like there’s an enchanting spell circling your newfound-honeymoon-phase bliss. It’s pure magic. You want to spend time with your partner, you want to text them every second of the day, you want to snuggle next to him or her on the couch, you want to Netflix and chill, you want to go on crazy expeditions with them. Point blank: you want to be together all of the time!
When the love starts to fade...
Eventually, you forget to text your lover back, you stop asking how they’re doing, you find yourself not caring to hang out with them, your sex life diminishes, and the enchanting spell that used to surround you slowly fades.
It can be hard to pinpoint the sudden shift from pure magic to an apathetic state of mind, which is when you start to look for signs. You begin to question if you’re actually falling out of love or if it’s just a brief bump in the road of your relationship. Do you want to know if you’re falling out of love with your partner?
You don't spend as much time with your partner as you used to. Not because you're busy with work or other life, but just because you don't feel the need to. This may look different for every couple but it can be as subtle as spending more time in different rooms of your home, for example.
You don't feel attracted to them anymore, which has taken a toll on your sex life.
You don't miss them as much when you're apart for long periods of time.
Watch the video to find out the other signs that you're falling out of love with your partner. Before you watch, it’s important to note that if you don’t care to fix any of the signs, then that may point to the greatest sign of all: you don’t care about your partneranymore. If you don’t want to try to make adjustments, your relationship may not be worth fixing.