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Sometimes we fall out of love and there is nothing that we can do about it. While in a few cases reigniting the spark is possible, it does not always happen.

When you’re in a relationship, falling out of love is always going to hurt someone in the end, whether you’re the one who gets hurt or your partner is the one who gets hurt. Ending things on good terms is not always possible, and sometimes just jumping ship is easier than facing things and telling your partner how you feel. When it comes to figuring out if you’re falling out of love with someone or if you just need to spice things up, there are a lot of different things you can look at.

Below, I am going to go over some of the most common signs that you are falling out of love. These things are quite prominent in relationships that are falling apart. While you might not see the signs right away, as you begin to lose interest more and more, you will notice them.

8 Signs You’re Falling Out Of Love:

1. You don’t feel valued in your relationship.

You don’t feel like your partner values you. It’s like you’re not important anymore, and you just feel useless. Nothing makes sense like it used to.

2. You don’t want to be around your partner much.

You don’t like to spend time with your partner. You prefer to spend as much time apart as possible. You just want your own peace of mind, and with him or her around it’s hard to get.

3. You are unable to really focus on your partner.

You are not able to focus on your partner like us could in the past. Things aren’t how they used to be, and it is quite clear. Your mind is elsewhere and no matter what you try, you can’t shake that feeling.

4. Your goals are changing, and your idea of the future is different now.

Your goals are not what they once were. You’ve changed your mind about a lot of things and now have a different outlook on what is to come. This could potentially not include your current partner.

5. There is a lack of trust in the relationship.

You do not trust your partner, and he or she doesn’t trust you. Trust is crucial when it comes to dating. If your partner is not someone you’re able to be open and honest with, there is no sense in being together.

6. Intimacy is seriously lacking in your relationship.

You are not able to be intimate with one another. You’re both struggling in that area, and you just can’t seem to get things right. This is an issue that can run much deeper than you think.

7. You just don’t feel right in the relationship.

You aren’t feeling right in your relationship anymore, and you don’t want to be in it. If you don’t want to be in your relationship anymore you don’t have to be. There is nothing wrong with being single.

8. You feel like your partner does not respect you.

You don’t feel like your partner respects you enough or at all. If your partner doesn’t respect you, then why stick around? A lack of respect is not something you can just get over, it has to be worked through, or you have to move on.