8 Reasons why a woman falls out of love

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Women fall out of love every day. However, the loss of these loving feelings doesn’t happen suddenly.

Usually one or both partners get too comfortable and stop paying as much attention to each other as they used to.

If the woman in your life has recently broken up with you and you can’t seem to figure out what went wrong, here are some reasons why she may have fallen out of love.

•She doesn’t feel appreciated: If you want your lady to stay in a relationship with you, you’ll need to show her how much she means to you. Make her feel like she is important and loved.

If you treat her as if she’s an afterthought, she will begin to feel unappreciated.

When a woman feels appreciated, she will make more of an effort to make her partner happy in return.

Don’t reason that she should already know you appreciate her if she’s still with you.

She might just be toughing it out until someone better comes along.

•The relationship lacks intimacy: When a woman feels emotionally connected, she feels a greater capacity to love and be loved.

A woman needs to feel that her partner wants to know and understand her deeply.

Most people associate the word intimacy with sex. But real intimacy is so much more than that.

It’s about being open, sincerely wanting to know about, understand, learn from, care for, enjoy, like, and love the person you’re with — for who she really is.

•Someone else is paying her more attention: An attention-starved partner is bound to stray.

A woman needs to know that she is desired and that you are happy to be with her.

As soon as someone starts giving her the attention she craves, this can be enough to make her fall out of love with her partner and fall head over heels for the person who is fulfilling her need for love, attention, and approval.

Affirm your partner often and don’t take her for granted.

• You don’t protect and defend her: Of course, women aren’t weak human beings in need of protecting, but they do need to know that you care enough to show concern for their physical and mental welfare.

If you demonstrate a lack of concern for her well-being, this sends the message that you don’t care about her at all. If you really do care, show it with your words and your actions.

•You don’t support her: A woman needs someone to share her hopes and dreams with.

The last thing she needs is someone telling her she isn’t smart enough to get that promotion, or not pretty enough to land that acting role. You should be each other’s cheerleader.

•She’s lost her independence: In the beginning of your relationship, you and your lady were probably inseparable.

But now that some time has passed, she may be making too many compromises to accommodate your needs and missing the freedom of the single life. This can lead to a lot of resentment and cause her to fall out of love in the future.

•You stopped making her laugh: Have you stopped trying to make her laugh? According to a recent study, the more a woman laughs when conversing with a man, the more likely she’s interested.

And if both people laugh together, well, that’s an indicator of a definite romantic connection.

•You don’t know how to fight fair: Don’t let arguments turn into a blaming match. Humble yourself, and admit when you’re wrong.

Also know when to end the argument and come to a compromise. It’s not about who wins or loses.

There’s no point in winning a few arguments if you eventually lose your relationship.



ABOUT: Nana Kwesi Coomson

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An Entrepreneur and Philanthropist. Editor-in-Chief of www.233times.com. A Senior Journalist with Ghanaian Chronicle Newspaper. An alumnus of Adisadel College where he read General Arts. He holds first degree in Bachelor of Arts from the University of Ghana; Political Science (major) and History (minor). He has also pursued MSc Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Energy with Public Relations (PR) at the Robert Gordon University in the United Kingdom. He is a 2018 Mandela Washington Fellow (YALI) who studied at Clark Atlanta University on the Business and Entrepreneurship track. His mentors are Rupert Murdoch, Warren Buffet, Sam Jonah, Kwaku Sakyi Addo and Piers Morgan

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