There is nothing worse than a sudden break-up, when a guy leaves you with no explanation whatsoever, leaving you without any closure.
Maybe you’d seen that things were not like they used to be before, but you didn’t expect that he would leave you out of the blue.
You thought that your relationship was losing excitement and its spark but that it was nothing that serious, until he left with no other explanation other than he didn’t love you anymore.
Now, I get it that sometimes people just fall out of love for no particular reason. But have you ever thought about the fact that there is a reason or maybe more of them why he fell out of love with you?
Is it something that you did or the way you behaved? Maybe something bothered him but he didn’t have the guts to tell you? Or maybe he gave you subtle signs that you failed to read?
Read these reasons why guys fall out of love to see if you may unknowingly do something that will drive him away:
1. He doesn’t feel your support
Even if you are supporting him, that doesn’t have to necessarily mean that he feels it. Maybe you are trying your best but he doesn’t see it.
He needs to feel like you are on the same team and saying ‘l love you’ isn’t going to cut it. He needs so much more than that.
He needs you to show him that you are on his side no matter what. He needs to see that you trust him and his judgment.
Sometimes you just need a person to believe in you, no questions asked. I know that is a hard thing to do, but if you truly love him, it won’t be a problem.
2. You are not compatible
Sometimes it’s nothing more than just plain incompatibility. Maybe you aren’t right for each other and you can’t do anything about that.
Maybe you still love him, but maybe you weren’t supposed to love him in the first place. Imagine that this relationship is just a test drive for the real deal, for your dream man who is waiting just around the corner.
Your personalities clicked but not for the long run. After that, you realize that you can’t make it together.
3. He doesn’t feel himself around you
When you are together, he isn’t able to be himself, the one who he truly is. Either you don’t like it or he isn’t feeling comfortable enough to relax around you.
When you first meet someone new, you have to focus on what’s he like, the real him. Don’t turn your eyes away from the things that you don’t like and only focus on the ones you like because sooner or later, those things you don’t like are going to bother you and thus him, too, because he won’t be able to be genuine.
4. You don’t have the emotional intimacy
If your relationship comes down to only doing tasks and chores, then you know something is very wrong. If there is no more intimacy or any need for intimate moments, one of you is probably falling out of love.
Most people associate this with the end of the honeymoon phase, but if you are not emotionally connected or emotionally intimate, your relationship is set to fail because one of you will tire of it eventually.
5. He doesn’t feel your respect
He thinks that you don’t respect him and what he is doing. Men like to take on the role of a caretaker. They love the feeling of being needed, but if you don’t respect what they are doing, you don’t respect them as a person.
Men sense that and they feel insecure. And who would like to be in a relationship with a person who makes them feel insecure?
6. You stopped doing the things that made him fall in love with you
I’m not saying that you should stay exactly like you were when you first met him, I’m saying that you shouldn’t lose that thing that got him to fall in love with you in the first place.
You shouldn’t lose that connection that was crucial from the beginning. If you do, he will no longer be interested in you and he will leave.
7. He doesn’t see a future with you
Men also change when they are in a relationship and maybe his aspirations and goals changed over time and now he doesn’t see himself with you in the future.
He doesn’t think that you aspire to the same things as he does, so, he falls out of love over time.