Why Men Fall Out Of Love (Hint: Not Her Fault)

I wish that love was just right.

I wish that when we fell in love with someone else, everything could have stayed as simple, easy, and natural as it was in the beginning.

But, love doesn’t work like that and life doesn’t work like that, either.

Both men and women lose love, which is a shame.

They grow apart and change, and then they realize that they want something else.

So, they walk away.

It’s important to realize that sometimes a person falling out of love with you has nothing to do with you and everything to do with where that person is in life and where his or her head is.

Don’t always blame yourself if a man you’re with or were with has grown apart from you.

Here are 5 reasons why men usually have nothing to do with their partners when they fall out of love:

They are afraid

Men — just like women — get scared sometimes.

Even though mainstream culture has looked down on men who show emotion for years, men and women have the same feelings.

One of the main reasons men fall out of love is that they are afraid.

They are afraid of what love means and what it means to be responsible for someone else’s heart.

Even though they may have jumped into the relationship with good intentions, the pressure is scary.

So, they refuse.

They just aren’t ready

Love means making a promise.

It’s choosing someone and deciding that you’ll make that person your top priority and be with them no matter what this crazy life throws at you.

Men sometimes fall out of love because they’re not ready to commit, handle the maturity of a relationship, or let go of something from the past.

They don’t want to get used to being alone.

Just like women, men bring attachments and things from their past into relationships.

Sometimes, both men and women can choose to walk away from these things.

And sometimes the weight is just too much.

We think it’s easy to forget the past when we’re just getting to know someone.

But we’re often surprised to find that we’re still holding on to what used to be instead of what is now.

Men sometimes fall out of love because they don’t want to settle down or because they can’t fully commit to a new relationship when they still care about an ex.

They’ve mistaken relationships for being “stuck” 

Sometimes we think that relationships have power over us, and that we’ll become “tied down” or “stuck.”

In fact, that’s far from the truth.

But if someone thinks this way, it’s hard to give someone your heart without it feeling like a life sentence.

If a man feels like he’s “stuck,” even if it’s just in his head, he’ll probably walk away.

They don’t know exactly what they want.

At the end of the day, you never know for sure.

You’re not sure if you want to date seriously or just have fun.

You don’t know if the person you’re with is the right one or just a short-term connection.

Sometimes it’s because the person is flaky, and sometimes it’s because you don’t listen to your gut.

And maybe men fall out of love not because they stop loving that person, but because they see in themselves a tendency to change their minds.

They leave because they don’t know what they really want and think it will hurt less to leave now than later.

There are a lot of reasons, but the most important thing to remember is that people can fall out of love for a variety of reasons that have nothing to do with you.

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