Your significant other is supposed to love you and make that clear with communication and action. You shouldn't be up at night wondering if your partner actually likes you or you wasted all of those highly-inspired pins on the wrong person.
They should want to know how you're doing. They should ask you questions, maybe about your family, your job, or your beliefs, being sure to listen just as much as they speak.
When you sense that your significant other is pulling away from you in a relationship, that distance can be painful and can ignite some deep-seated fears and insecurities. Maybe you just have a feeling that something is “off” with your partner. Maybe you’ve noticed that the energy between you two has shifted ― and not for the better.
Healthy relationships rely on balance, honesty, and communication to work. And it’s not always easy. There are bumps and detours we must navigate, but we have to do it together.
When one person starts to distance themselves from their partner, despite how much effort and love the other person puts into the relationship, it might mean that they are no longer interested.
After all, everything seemed to be going so well between the two of you then out of nowhere, he starts acting weird. It just doesn’t feel right anymore
For a woman, when a man starts losing feelings towards you, your intuition knows that something is up. It’s no secret that women are more in touch with their feelings than men.
Ways to tell that he is no longer into you :
1. He doesn’t protect you
When a man is committed to a woman, he’ll go out of his way to protect her. Having protective instincts come very naturally to him.
Common ways a man will protect a woman they’re still interested in include:
• When you go somewhere shady or dangerous, he always tries to go with you
• If someone is talking bad about you, he steps up and defends you.
2. You’re the only one putting in any effort
You feel like if you stopped putting in the effort, you would never see him again. You’re always reaching out first, you’re always initiating plans. He may respond to your messages and may agree to hang out, but he isn’t proactive at all when it comes to you.
3. He’s spending a lot less time with you
He used to save the weekends for you but now he always has something going on.
4. They don’t pay attention anymore
Imagine trying to have a conversation with your partner where you are the only one talking. You ask questions and they give vague answers, conveying their lack of interest in engaging with you. It literally feels like you’re talking to a wall! They’re glued to their phone, busy texting or checking their social media.
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