There’s the moment when we are head over heels in love with our significant other, and there are other times when we try so hard to remember why we love them. Yes… this is natural, that you love someone doesn’t mean that you’ll never doubt… for no reason… but the most important thing is overcoming those doubts and keep your relationship going. Below are few reasons you fall out of love and how to fall right back in.
- Realize that feeling familiar with each other doesn’t mean you know everything there is to know about each other.
Your mind has one goal and that’s to make your life easier. This can become a mistake when things are tough between you and your loved one. If you ASSUME that you know everything about someone, the chances are you will miss out on learning more about what makes him or her tick.
You might also assume incorrectly as to why something was done a certain way, or that what was done was meant to harm you. Remember, that might be your past speaking and have nothing to do with your present.
- Remember that your brain, like everyone else’s, sometimes reads body language incorrectly.
We all have experienced being misjudged, so don’t be afraid to admit when you are wrong and misjudged your partner’s body language, too. That look that you thought was anger just might be your primitive mind trying to protect you from a time when you really did have to worry about anger on a person’s face. (Of course, this does not apply to abusive relationships. If you are in one, please get out.)
Take a step back and ask yourself if there’s a possibility you are projecting some fear from the past into the picture. That might help improve communication and remind you to keep things in perspective
- Communication, especially between a couple, is always prone to errors.
Crazy arguments are often a symptom of a possible “nervous system misfirings.” All of our memories are a combination of our past and present experiences.
Try to remember that mistakes happen, and each one doesn’t have to mean the end of the world, or even of your relationship.