What to Do if Your Spouse Says I Love You, But I Am Not in Love with You
- Friday, June 29, 2012 by The Eyewitness
A marriage is supposed to be based on unconditional love. If your spouse has said, “I love you, but I am not in love with you”, that is an indication that something is wrong. There are several things that can cause people to fall out of love with their spouse. Below are some of the most common reasons given:
Infidelity is one of the most common marital problems that couples encounter. It is estimated that nearly 40-50 percent of married people cheat on their partner. Your spouse may simply be falling in love with someone else. If you suspect that your partner has been cheating, confront him or her about it.
Loss of respect
Love and respect go hand in hand. When people begin to lose respect for someone, they usually begin to fall out of love with that person. A loss of respect can lead to abuse, infidelity and many other problems.
Your spouse is bored
Marriage can get boring after a while, especially if you have been married for over 10 years. Many people have a tendency to seek out excitement when they get bored at home. Some people find that excitement in the form of another person.
Infidelity, loss of respect and boredom are some of the reasons that people fall out of love with another person. If you encounter any of those problems, you and your spouse will have to decide whether the marriage is worth saving. Counseling can be very beneficial if you both decide to save the marriage.
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