Why Do We Fall Out Of Love?

There are many factors that can contribute to divorce. One of the most important is a lack of love between spouses. This article will discuss why we fall out of love, and what happens when you fall in or out of love with your spouse. If you find yourself feeling disconnected from your partner, take some time to reflect on how this might affect the future for both you and your family.

The divorce rate in the United States is at an all-time high, and more than 50% of divorce cases cite “A breakdown of marriage relationship” as a major reason for divorce. So what happens when you fall out of love? How does this make us feel? This article will explore some theories that can help answer these questions.

As unromantic as it seems love is a literal chemical occurrence that happens in our brain. On average the intoxication of feeling madly desperately in love last 2.5 years at which time the chemicals invariable settle and if we are lucky, we continue to love our spouses. That being said love can be a choice a commitment you can honor your vows long after the endorphins have subsided.

Another factor which influences whether we fall out of love is how we are treated by the other person. The kinder and more lovingly we are treated the more likely we are to stay in love. Too many relationships end and too many people fall out of love due to the way they where treated.

One of the most difficult and heartbreaking things that can happen in a relationship is divorce. Like death, divorce leaves an emotional scar on both people involved as they adjust to their new lives without one another. It’s often not clear what caused it or if there was anything either person could have done differently to prevent it from happening. If you’re struggling with this question right now, here are some insights into why we fall out of love:

– There was never love in the first place

– Lack of connection with your partner

– Trying too hard to make somebody be happy instead of being true to yourself

– Too much pressure for each other

– Working so much outside the home/spending time apart after work

-Being treated unkindly or abusively

-Boredom lack of spontaneity and excitement

What ever your reason to fall out of love or if we have had our heartbroken by a breakup your heart can heal and love again, as proven by the statistic that 87% of divorcees remarry.



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