- Probably not, usually it's just lust or infatuation that they were feeling not loveVote A
- Probably, it is fairly common to stop loving someone after you've fallen in love.Vote B
- No, there is no such thing as falling out of love. Real love is eternal.Vote C
- Yes, love will always eventually fade.Vote D
- OtherVote E
Most Helpful Guy
There is a certain time period in relationships where the person you are dating will seem perfect. If that point ends and you suddenly do not want this person and what ever flaws they had than you were never in love. If you have been with this person for a while and tried your best to make things work but you just drifted apart, then yes.0
Most Helpful Girl
For me... I'll try to explain the best way I can.
I always learnt that falling in love you can't control but staying in love (ie putting in the effort etc to be with your partner and make a life together no matter good days or bad and working 50/50 so you're both happy) is a choice. A choice that not many people are willing to do these days.
It's all about oh you had a fight? Better leave. Oh you're unhappy for a few weeks due to life circumstances in your relationship? Better leave. Oh that guy/girl over there looks like they'd be a much better partner than what you have already? Leave.. you'll get someone else but you'll keep having the same problems because you didn't stick around to work it out...
relationships should only ever truly end when bad days out number the good.0