I don't love you anymore.” It's one of the worst sentences a guy can hear, especially when it comes out of the blue in the midst of what you thought was a good relationship.
You don't have screaming or horrible fights. There's no abuse of any kind. You thought things were moving along nicely and suddenly she hits you with the revelation that she's not that into you anymore.
Why would this happen?
How is it possible that she falls out of love with you?
Is there something you could have done to prevent it?
If she has stopped loving you, why do you want her back?
Or are you asking how you can get her to love you again?
If it was just that she wasn't attracted to you again then there is nothing that you can do that will be effective.
The moment this girl walked out on you, you rushed into putting all the blame on her for the failure of your relationship.
Without taking a slice of responsibility, you accused her of leaving you hanging, being selfish and heartless, and not giving a damn about you.
I guess it was easier for you to assume that she simply fell out of love with you.
Did you try to find out why she fell out with you and stopped loving you?
She Will Stop Loving You If She Notice These Five Things About You:
1) She noticed the you are cheating on her:
If it was something that you did (cheating on her, being a slob, or whatever) then you need to examine what you did, and work on yourself to improve yourself.
Nobody wants a cheating partner.
One of the most difficult relationship decisions you hope to never have to make is whether or not to give a cheating partner a second chance.
This decision is especially difficult if your partner lied to you, manipulated you, made a fool out of you, or tried to cover up the affair.
Once she notice that you are cheating, the loves she has for you dies completely and it takes Gods grace to revive the love.
2) You Because selfish unknowingly:
Being selfish means things always have to be your way and you have to control every aspect of everything that happens in your life, especially your partner's life, too.
If you do this, you don't consider their goals or thoughts and only want what you think is best. "Try and give up being in control all the time".
Nobody wants a selfish and I don't care partner.
If she notice that you are selfish, she will definitely stop loving you.
3) If She Notice That You No Longer Have Respect For Her: Nobody likes to be disrespected.
While love is certainly important, respect is even more so.
In fact, without respect from your partner there can be no real love.
You can have respect for someone you don't even like all that much if they do something that you can see is difficult for them.
That said, you can love someone but not respect them.
No matter how much she adores and worship you, the day she notices that you no longer have respect for her, you will loose her love and trust.
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