Signs you’ve lost interest in your better-half

Your physical relationship has lost its spark

The first sign that you’ve lost interest in your current relationship is that the fire of passion in your sex life has disappeared. If you notice that you’re no more turned on by your partner’s presence and those butterflies in your stomach are missing in action, this is a sign for you to consider talking things out with your partner about your lack of interest.

Lost of interest

A voluntary end to arguments

When you’re deeply involved in a relationship, any misunderstandings or problems always result in rageful arguments. Although most of us, hate these arguments, they are a sign of love. You only argue with those you love and care about. The day you stop wanting to argue or explain yourself with regard to any issues in the relationship, it is a sign that you have no more interest in keeping the relationship alive.

You find excuses to keep from meeting them

In case you see yourself constantly trying to keep yourself busy by picking up new hobbies in an effort to evade spending time with your partner, it is possible that you’ve lost interest in them. This may also lead to you checking out new people in a quest to enter new relationships.

Their calls and texts are no more your top priority

In the initial days of a relationship couples always spend a lot of their time communicating with each other, either through text, or calls. If you find yourself not replying to their calls or texts or even replying late, it is time to evaluate the reason behind this behavior. There could be various reasons you don’t feel like communicating anymore. Some of them are they text too much, you’re just not interested in receiving random forwards you have no interest in etc.

You have given up trying

Trying to keep the spark alive is a herculean task. If you notice yourself not trying to keep the relationship going anymore, it means the relationship no longer means to you what it used to. You’ve stopped going on date nights, introducing them to your friends, you don’t answer to their messages immediately etc.


You feel they are more of your friend than your partner

This is the most commonly ignored feeling. Regardless of how many times you’ve been told that love is friendship, you must remember that if the only thing left in your relationship is friendship, then it’s time to re-consider that statement. If you’ve begun to see your partner as someone you only want to cuddle or plan outings with, you may want to talk things out with them to understand what is going wrong and why you do not wish to engage in anything physically intimate.

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