Ok I've seen a few questions on here people saying they broke up because their bf/gf wasn't "in love" with them anymore.
I thought "in love" gets replaced with a much deeper "love" as time goes on meaning "in love" is like the honeymoon period?
Am I getting this all wrong?
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Everyone has different interpretations of what "love" and "in love" mean, as if the feelings or actions are different, but really they aren't different stages. If you love your partner, then you're in love with them. Maybe the relationship routine changes and so do the couples behaviour but they are either in love with each other or they aren't.0