25 Things That Can Gradually Kill The Love In Your Relationship

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Love is like a plant. If you don’t feed it and take care of it every day, it will die eventually.

You know what they say about love being a chemical reaction in the brain that only lasts six months? Well, that’s kind of true, but not completely.

It’s true that a huge process goes on in our heads when we fall in love, and that over time it starts fading out, but I don’t think it’s true that after this it’s all gone and the only thing that remains is the bond that ties you to that person.

On the contrary, I believe that love is like a plant, which, if not taken care of and given the proper attention, it can be like tossing a coin. It either manages to survive (barely), or it dies.

Believe it or not, no matter at what stage of the relationship you are, there are so many behaviors and attitudes you have every day that, without realizing it, are killing the love. It’s up to you to realize it and start caring about it, or else it will turn into a miserable relationship or end in an ugly breakup. Here are some of these attitudes.

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