Falling out of love - what to do when you think it's over
Change the situation
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Change the situation

Changing the situation that you're in can be easier said than done, but you need to ultimately take a really honest look at your relationship if you think you might be falling out of love with your partner. 

Kuldeep says: "If there is a reason that you can identify why you’ve fallen out of love or there is something niggling at you about the relationship you do need to listen to that voice that’s telling you something is not right."

Your gut is an important instinct to follow and if there is something, anything telling you that this is never going to work then you need to stop ignoring it, it will be for the better. 

As well as this, Kuldeep says that although it's difficult it's crucial to look at your relationship in a realistic way.

A lot of couples do a thing called drifting. They drift into dating, they drift into living with each other, they drift into becoming parents, they drift into we might as well get married." she says, "But sometimes they never really ask themselves if this is consciously what they want and if that's really the person they want to be with."

You can then identify the "Pros and Pros" as Kuldeep calls it, of being in or out of the relationship. 


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