Change! Why we are always so terrified of this one simple word? I think it is the most important part of life, as it is change that keeps the spirit alive. Everything in life is temporary because it changes. So, the same life rule applies to love too. That’s why it takes great courage to love, knowing it might end any time. Many of you have often heard women say things like, “He was so different before marriage! I don’t know what has happened. He has changed.” Love is a beautiful thing, until it fades away. Here are some main reasons why love changes or fades away in time.
Fall short on conversation
When you are living together, you no longer feel the need to share everyday things with each other that you used to do before marriage.
When your heart clings to somebody outside the relationship, love is bound to change. He/she may try their best to be good and loveable, but all this will remain an attempt because now there is someone else whom the heart beats for.
Constant arguments & conflicts
Frequent disagreements can weaken our hearts and relationships. The more hurting and stabbing words, more fragile it can become. No one possessed a wooden heart that can withstand too much pain and crying. The closest exit we can find is to end everything and just watch love go by.
Charms begin to fade
You might have showered your partner with gifts, flowers and compliments before marriage. But after marriage, this gesture disappears. Because now, you don’t feel the need to impress your partner any more!
Pressure of economics
Marriage increases financial responsibilities, especially for men. Men are socially conditioned to be the ‘sole earners’ of their house. And this adds to their stress levels. Your husband might grow silent or more stressed out as he would be worrying about work, money, family, etc. So, you should make sure that you talk this out with him.
Lack of intimacy
If intimacy, which is necessary for a happy marriage, is ignored, distance in couples is bound to be a natural result. They might be close in one room in proximity, but emotionally far apart.