Will you end a relationship when the spark of love is no longer there?
Without doubt... Yes! Life is too short to be wasted on miserable relationships. It is better to move on and make room for a better relationship to happen.
i think i wouldn't rush to do that...i would rather find out what went wrong and see if i can fix it. Maybe i got to swallowed up in my work that i forgot about her and we drifted away...jumping to another relationship wouldn't solve that coz the problem is me. However, if it is beyond something that i can do nothing about, then i would agree with Anamika
i would go with ronhi on this one ... i would wait a while and put in extra effort to create some spark. as they say you clap with "two" hands... so if i don't get a decent response after a couple of tries/weeks, then i would end it.
No -- love doesn't always present itself as a spark. If you leave as soon as the spark is gone, you miss out on something deeper that comes with long-term commitment in a relationship. Every relationship goes through its ups and downs, and you won't always feel the love -- part of growing together is learning how to keep it alive and apparent through even the toughest of times.
If the love is completely, absolutely gone from a relationship, then yes, it's probably time to move on. If all you're willing to give it is a few weeks to see if the love comes back, you'll probably regret the decision and never know what else might have been possible.
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