You have been sharing your life with another person for a long time, but it is no longer the same, you are no longer in love.
What should you do? Forget about the past and rebuild your life, perhaps, with someone else? Or maybe you want to give the affection you have for that person a chance? In life it is not easy to make decisions, and more so when they represent a turning point in our lives.
Love has become something sweetened; it is so Over the last few decades, mainly through movies coming from Hollywood, we have conceived this term as something that must be lived with extreme passion every day of our lives, and if not, it is not worth continuing. Are we right?
What happens to those couples who have spent years and years sharing their lives?
A priori everything seems really easy; When it seems that you no longer feel those famous butterflies when you see that special someone, “get rid” of it and try to find those feelings elsewhere. But… let’s face it, in real life it’s not as simple as it seems. What happens to those couples who have spent years and years sharing their lives? What about all the things they have built in common? Love is something that disappears, but affection and respect for that person is something that should never be lost, despite the fact that love is something that cannot be generalized and each couple should be analysed in an exhaustive way. But that is not our job.
why does love ends?
What we should give an explanation to is the question that many of you are asking yourselves right now; why does love ends? Without a doubt, something complicated to answer… as we have said, the reasons of each being will be based on their experience.
In an article promoted by the websiteit is explained to us that according to different scientific experts from the University of Western (Ontario, Canada) they carried out an investigation from which they obtained quite interesting results, and perhaps a little predictable; Both men and women commit three errors. Which? The following:
- Lack of hygiene
- lack of sense of humor
- laziness lack of confidence
- No economic stability
- bad intimate relationships
It seems that stereotypes can become reality, don’t you think? These may be lawful and respectable reasons, and perhaps some of you feel identified with one of them, but perhaps we forget that the desire to break up can come from something that is part of our own being; That is why we would like to mention Luis de Rivera, a psychiatrist, who in an interview for the newspaper La Vanguardia explained that “ when we fall in love, our body secretes more adrenaline and noradrenaline, hormones that promote the search for physical contact. And that hormonal excess can last two or three years at most .”
When is it time to change partners?
The question then would be, when that … full article