Falling in love is easy. Without taking steps to acquire a mature love, you can find yourself falling out of love just as easily as you fell in. Falling in love is a passive experience that just happens naturally. You can just idly get swept off your feet without having to do anything. In fact, many researchers have documented that when people are falling in love, their brain chemistry actually changes. Showing affection for one another comes naturally.
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Love someone who lights your world on fire, until the flame dies down to embers and burns quietly, comfortably inside you. Settle into that love. Become acclimatized to it. Someone with a softer, deeper, more intoxicating presence. Stay up until 4am, whispering your thoughts to one another. Listen to the music that she loves.
8 Signs You Might Be Falling Out of Love
Falling out of love is like losing a part of ourselves that was once illuminated. Not only are we losing something valuable, we are also caught up in the mystery surrounding that loss. The period in which we realize that our feelings have changed tends to be riddled with confusion. What happened to that excitement and admiration that once made us come alive? There are real reasons people find themselves unhappy and wanting to move on.
Have you ever looked over at your partner who you love dearly and thought, "Ugh" — but then immediately started panicking because you're not sure what that moment of apathy meant? How could someone you were so crazy about suddenly just leave you with an emotional flatline, or worse, disdain? Does that mean the relationship is over?