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Do you think people fall out of love and why ? when love leaves , where does it

  1. yaknowwhat profile image60
    yaknowwhatposted 5 years ago

    Do you think people fall out of love and why ? when love leaves , where does it go......

    do people fall out of love or just turn cold
    do they just get bored and / or lazy
    does the relationship start to fade - it is not as important as it once was
    do ppl get to comfortable thinking they have the person so no need to put in any effort
    or do ppl simply just stop loving eachother
    when a relationship turns cold it feels like love has left .....

  2. SidKemp profile image94
    SidKempposted 5 years ago

    There has been a lot of research on this. Almost everyone falls out of love between 6 months and 2 years after falling in love. The "in love" state is a hormonally-maintained consciousness of extreme bias and optimism. Personally, I believe that falling in love is a spiritual state to show us what is possible, and falling out of love is a step in spiritual growth when it is time to learn to love and make it happen by our own free choice.

    The key to successful relationship seems to be to learn to give love in ways your partner can understand, appreciate and receive. First we fall in love. Then we learn how to love. See  my hub on the 5 Love Languages for more.

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    mrsbaker02posted 5 years ago

    I think when people "fall out of love" and their relationship starts to fade it is a sign that either A) they were never in love in the first place, B) they have become lazy in their relationship, or C) they simply grew apart. As someone who has been married to the same man for 10 years, I can tell you that the lusty feelings of new love don't last. But, if you truly love someone they grow into something so much more. Love isn't some magical thing that guarantees a lasting relationship, it takes work and willingness on both sides.

 
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