12 Ways Your Partner Acts Which Show They Don’t Love You Anymore

12 Ways Your Partner Acts Which Show They Don’t Love You Anymore

How Do You know When It's Over

Love is not the only thing which is required to sustain a relationship. It needs commitment and adjustment. No relationship is perfect. No matter how hard it sounds, it’s a true fact that not all relationships last forever.

It takes a lot to move on but if you can identify the signs of a dying relationship, you can prepare yourself for it from an early stage. Watch out for these 12 signs that say your partner doesn’t want to be with you anymore. If he/she acts in these ways, then it’s a warning your relationship is dying:


(1)  They no longer give you compliment for your look:

A relationship requires both emotional and physical attraction. In the beginning, they would tell you how beautiful or handsome you look but with time they really don’t seem to notice you at all. You had a haircut or wore a new shirt? They just don’t seem to have any attraction left for you.


(2)   They don’t seem to give efforts in making the relationship work:

It’s evident for them that the two of you will not be together anymore. They aren’t bothered about the fights and they have no enthusiasm left to resolve the conflicts. They have slowly started to accept the end is near.


(3)  They don’t seem to care for you anymore:

You have the feeling that they don’t seem to care any longer. You can get that vibe from that. Those sparks in their eyes are gone. The smile has faded away already. It’s becoming so evident that you’re getting a hint of it too.


(4)  They don’t thank you for your gestures:

They would look forward to dates. Now dates are boring and dull. You don’t get that warm hug when you bring them presents. You don’t get that infinite number of ‘thanks’ when you give them a surprise they love. Indifference is the only expression you get from them.


(5)  Communication is rare:

Communication is the base of every relationship. When communication starts dying, the relationship dies too. If the two of you communicate rarely, it means that the spark is no more. Your partner lacks interest in talking to you and if they can’t communicate, they can’t live with you either.


(6)  They don’t make any effort to make you feel special:

They don’t treat you with your favourite food or gift you things you love. They don’t make any effort to make you feel special. They don’t care whether you’re feeling happy or not. They have lost all the interest because they don’t feel happy with the relationship anymore.


(7)  They act regardless of the way you feel about their actions:

They don’t care if their actions are hurting you or not. They will do whatever they want and in the end if they hurt you, they aren’t bothered. They aren’t sorry for their actions because they have lost interest in you.


(8)  They don’t give you attention anymore:

They don’t care if you had a bad day at work. They don’t care how you’re feeling. They hurt you without feeling guilty. It doesn’t matter to them where you are and what are you doing. They don’t seem to invest their time in you. They have stopped giving attention to you.


(9)  They don’t care to get attention from you too:

They don’t react anymore if you don’t call them the whole day. They aren’t bothered if you don’t care for them at all. It’s as if they have accepted your ignorance and they know it’s the reality.


(10)  You are the one to initiate conversations:

They hardly talk to you. They don’t care to talk to you at all. You are the one who always start the conversations and they seem to be disinterested in continuing them. The long conversations the two of you enjoyed have lost their charm.


(11)  Your physical presence has lost its importance:

They don’t crave for your physical presence anymore. They aren’t bothered if you are around at all. They aren’t excited if you come and meet them. They tend to treat you like a ghost when you’re around.

8 Signs That Say You’re In A One-Sided Relationship

8 Signs That Say You're In A One-Sided Relationship


No relationship in this world ever remains warm and close unless good effort is made on both sides to keep it so. —Eleanor Roosevelt.

Not all relationships start out one-sided, but most end this way.

It’s usually a product of one person falling madly and deeply in love, rather than sharing their partner’s less intense feelings of slight infatuation. When a person is so carried away in love that he goes on giving and soon losses perspective.

A one-sided relationship can be exhausting for the person who is not in control. You begin to feel like things are unfair when it comes to the balance of your love.

If you’re feeling a bit off-balance, here are 10 possible signs that you’re in a one-sided relationship.


(1) You can’t count on them but you are always there for them:

You always have their back; you make them your priority but they don’t reciprocate. By this time, you have understood that you can’t rely on them for help. You know they will not be there for you always like you do.


(2) You have involved them in your life but they have kept you away from theirs:

Your peers know them; you are always inviting them to your close get-togethers. But they don’t make any effort to know more about you and keeps their private life a secret. You don’t have any idea about their family members and friends. Sometimes you feel you are just like their colleague or an acquaintance to them. If this is so, then you can be anyone to them but not their special someone.


(3) You always make time for them but they are “too busy” to be with you:

Nobody is “too busy.” If they really want to be with you, they will make time for you. You manage time for them but they give one alibi or another to skip the date. If they can’t make time for you, isn’t that obvious they are not into the relationship?


(4) You are always on your guards when you are with them:

They don’t give you the space to open up to them. You are always on your guards when you are with them, thinking how they would feel and react. You hide your true self, those crazy sides you have fearing they will get turned off. If you can’t be comfortable with the person you are closest to, then what’s the point in keeping the relationship alive?


(5) ‘Sorry’ is your frequently used word:

You have to apologise every now and then. They are always finding flaws in simplest and silliest of things. If you are always saying ‘sorry’ to the person you intend to spend your whole life with, you are doing no good to yourself. A person who loves you truly is supposed to make you feel good about yourself, not the other way round.


(6) You think twice before talking to them:

They are so busy that they don’t find enough time to make a quick call. If you call them, they will make you feel guilty of disturbing them. You are not even nagging them or demanding most of their time; it’s just a phone call but they don’t give a positive response to it too. If they are so distant, then perhaps it’s time you think about the relationship.


(7) You feel that the relationship is more like an obligation for them:

From making plans to do something or asking them to go somewhere with you, you are the one who is taking the initiatives. You are the one who is doing everything to keep the relationship alive. Their ignorance and indifference make you feel that the relationship has become an obligation for them. And if you are feeling so, then probably, it is the reality. Perhaps it’s better to let them be on their own.

(8) You have to justify their behaviour to your peers:

Your family and friends are always questioning their behaviour and you have to force yourself in justifying them. When someone truly loves you, it shows. People understand. You don’t have to act like their lawyers.