You won’t get into a relationship without knowing that it will last, will you?
The sad news though, is that you can fall out of love and for reasons that might not be within your grasp. These are a few.
Change: We all go through different phases of life. And through it all, there is one constant and that is change. You and your partner will individually go through transitions and as a couple as well. Some might make you stronger, while some are likely to make you want to break out and run free.
Miscommunication: In order to grow as a couple, you need to keep all lines of communication open and should also be able to express yourself freely. “If you stop expressing yourself to your partner, there is likely to be a lot of internal conflict that could be very harmful in the long run,” says psychiatrist Anita Peters.
Different goals and ambitions: You don’t need to be in the same profession to understand each other’s career goals. However, it may get a little difficult if you are not even remotely on the same wavelength. For example, it may get difficult for a career-oriented person to be with someone who wants to settle down and have a family.
Life changes: This could be the biggest reason for a love falling out. You were two really good people who fell in love but found different paths in life. You’ll realise in the long run that letting go of a relationship when it is dwindling at the right time will probably save you a lot of heartache later.