Psychologists say that there are specific behavior patterns that indicate that your relationships have reached a dead-end or that they were not serious from the beginning. Additionally, scientists name specific words or language constructs that can ruin any relationship or indicate that your partner no longer loves you.
We have created a list of words and phrases that a person in love will never say to his/her soul mate.
“I Don’t Have To Explain Myself To You!”
Of course, our partners shouldn’t be questioned and they don’t have to explain every step they take, but it’s okay to say how the day was or share a problem in mind. These are just normal human needs. If he/she doesn’t want to do this, he/she probably doesn’t care what you think.
Loving people never accept a request to share their day with hostility.
“It’s Not My Problem!” Or “It’s Your Problem!”
These words are a clear sign that your relationship is coming to an end. If your partner is not interested in your problems, even if you ask for help, then he/she doesn’t have feelings for you anymore.
People who love will always find time to help, even if it is uncomfortable for them.
“If You Don’t Like It, Find Someone Else.”
A person tries to manipulate you with these words. He/she doesn’t want to change and sincerely believes that you should live with his/her flaws. If you don’t like it, you can go.
Loving people are willing to compromise in most cases, they are more lenient in communication and always respect the opinion of their partner.
“I Don’t Believe You.”
These words are often spoken by insecure people or, conversely, by people who want to dominate. They demand an apology in situations that weren’t even your fault. However, it is more likely that this person is just looking for a reason to fight or wants to break up.
People who love often listen to each other and listen to each other.
“Do What You Want.”
These words mean that your partner is distant and indifferent to you. He/she does not care what you will do in difficult situations and if you can find your way out. Your partner wants you to handle issues that don’t involve you directly on your own.
Loving people will cooperate and help you make a decision. They won’t leave you at a crossroads. However, it is probably not the best way to build relationships by demanding attention to every insignificant choice.
“You Are Overthinking It.”
Your partner may say these words when you are trying to make him/her feel guilty. You have to remember that there is a possibility that you are really overthinking this.
If this situation occurs, you should calm down, think carefully and explain to your partner what you are worried about. Remember: “You are overthinking” cannot be an answer. Ask your partner for a full explanation. But if he still repeats those words, then maybe he doesn’t love you anymore.
What words do you consider a sign that your partner no longer loves you?