19 Ways to Know if You're Losing Interest in Your Relationship ...

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I'm going to share with you 19 ways to know if you're losing interest in your relationship. In the beginning of a relationship there are always nerves and butterflies. That's one of the best parts! Then we start to feel more at home with ourselves and get more comfortable in the relationship. We start to let down the walls and feel safer in being our authentic selves. There comes a point where feelings start to settle. Being comfortable can be confusing when it comes to being in a relationship. Ask yourself, are you happy because you are in a relationship, or is it because of who you are in a relationship with? These 19 ways to know if you're losing interest in your relationship are here to help you decide your fate with your man.

1. You Start to Lose Butterflies

I believe butterflies aren't just excitement but a lot of nerves. I don't care how confident you are, we all have nerves when it comes to dating someone new. Somewhere in the relationship things aren't as exciting as they were in the beginning, which is typical. If you aren't excited knowing you have a date night with your man or when the person calls and you rather not answer, this is a sign you are losing interest in your relationship.

You'd Rather Hang with Other People

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Angelina Bartelme
so my boyfriend never texts me im always texting him first but now i just feel like i just dont care in this relationship anymore he makes me feel like im nothing
Cla
It is so sad to read this and find out that I am going through at least nine of these fifteen topics in my relationship. I tried so hard to believe that my boyfriend could change to better, that I wou...
Kirko Bravo
Hello everyone am Kim from the united state of America am here to testify in the name of this great man who has brought back happiness into my family after my lover Chris left me for 3years for anothe...
Sara Mariam
I am in a situation where I don't care. I've men left and right -- successful men chasing me and at times, I turn off my cell phone for extended periods of time. I tend to get bored easily and when I lose interest, the communication stops.
Sierra
@Heaven, I can see and understand why you're asking that, but I'm 18 going on 19 and thoroughly read AllWomenStalk's articles as they're interesting, tailored to the subject, and usually helpful. So y...
Sierra
OMG, where was this lovely, amazingly helpful article a few months ago at the end of my Senior year when I was constantly debating and thinking about all of this...?! Gah, thank you AllWomenStalk and ...
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