I personally find the idea of it highly unlikely. "Love" can wax and wane, so I think that it is more likely that a person still had some feeling of love, even they "fell out of love". So when the situation changed, for whatever reason, that love found a new voice. Thereby "falling back in love"
However, I am a cynic when it comes to "Love", so I admit I'm a bit bias. I admit that every person is different, so I guess it is "possible". In fact I even know some people who claim to have done it, but again, the cynic in me I find it more likely that they were never completely "out of love".
Depends on your definition of love. Feelings fluctuate all the time, at least for me. At one moment ill barely have any feelings for you at all and the other i am overrun and want nothing but to cuddle.
Thats why for my girlfriend it would be very important to understand that even if i lost all my feelings that wouldn't mean i loved her even slightly less. Its a separate thing to me.
I hope my ex falls back in love with me... but at this point.. I doubt it.. then again we've only been broken up 3 weeks.. and sadly I haven't given her the space she needs... so hopefully now that I'll be giving her space.. she will realize this
Something like that. I thin sometimes we can forget the love we have for someone or that love can be taken for granted, if you will. That's when things begin to go wrong and we feel we may no longer love that person.
However, if after months and months you're still missing the person, thinking of them, dreaming of them... and nobody else you've been with since that person even remotely compares to them... then I'd say it's probably because a part of you still loves him.
I'm in this situation now where I thought I'd fallen out of love, but as the months go by, I'm really really longing to have him back. It's very possible.