I read a story the other day about love. According to the author the best way is to try to reconnect and spark up intimacy. Do this for about 2 weeks and if no progress is made and you lack the connection and have no intimacy than love may not be there.
I believe that once you love someone you never go back. I don't think people these days know what the word "love" is. Love is everlasting. Love is never ending. If you don't love someone anymore then did you truly love them in the first place?
There is a difference between 'falling out of love' and 'losing the spark' (which happens after you've been together awhile). Be sure you are aware of how you really feel before making a big move because you may be sorry. Love grows and changes. It isn't always "peaches and cream"!
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Last edited at 11:03PM on 11/16/2012
It is my opinion that if you feel "uninspired" by your soon-to-be ex, then you are not in love with him/her anymore. If you feel like they're not worth the effort, or you don't care what they think, then you're not in love. If you don't care if you see him or her anymore and it's not fun to be around them anymore, you're not in love. Wait long enough to make sure you're not just going through a phase, then figure out what you want to do.