Unfortunately sometimes in life we cause our own demise in our relationships.

Most times once the love is gone, it’s gone for good. Sometimes it can be recaptured, but for the most part when it’s gone, it’s gone. Before individuals get to this point in their relationships every measure should be taken to do the right thing from the start NOT when you see the love is dwindling. Too many people wait until it’s far gone before trying to fix things. In relationships you simply can’t do this. If you do, you may not like the consequences. Many people let things go until they’re out of control. Once a person loses the love they once had for their significant other it’s hard to rekindle things or to get things back on track.

Some people do whatever they think they’re big and bad enough to do. Their significant others put up with a bunch of things and they take and take, but when they’ve had enough the person doing all of the mess decides they want to straighten up. By then, it’s too late for the relationship.

In marriages and relationships leading to this commitment, you simply can’t do whatever you please. You’re in a committed relationship that you chose to be in. Regardless if you felt pressured in any way, you made the ultimate decision to be in the relationship. You could have walked away, but you chose to stay. Some significant others take it for a while, because of the love they feel for the one they’re with. However, when they see nothing is changing and the one they love continues to mess up significant others begin to feel another way about their relationships.

It’s a sad thing when you lose the love you once had for someone. A person can cause you to disengage and not feel what you once felt. A person can be beat down to a point where the love fades. Then there’s no desire to be with the person you once loved so dearly. It’s unfortunate, but it happens day in and day out.

People should be committed, faithful, dedicated, and loyal to the one they’re with, but we know so many fall short when it comes to this. Yet, when significant others get tired of putting up with the bull, the one who’s keeping up the mess seems to want to fight tooth and nail to keep their significant other. I won’t say you shouldn’t fight tooth and nail, but what I will say is, you should have been doing it all along.

People must stop the madness! Stop getting into relationships and think you can act, do, or say anything you want. You are an individual, but most importantly you’re in a relationship and it’s not all about you anymore. You must take into consideration the feelings of your significant other at ALL TIMES. You can’t do what you want to do and think it will be alright. Stop taking the one you’re supposed to love for granted. When you do whatever you want taking your significant other for granted is EXACTLY what you’re doing.

Don’t wait until it’s too late for you. Treat your significant other with the love, care, and respect they deserve. It’s a lie, the grass ISN’T always greener on the other side. A lot of people cross over to see and find out it wasn’t all they thought it would be. Give your relationship the attention it deserves so that you won’t find yourself in this type of situation.

I’ve seen some people take so much from their significant others until it pains me to see it. Some people don’t seem to wake up because of insecurities they will stay and continue to be mistreated by the one who supposedly love them. Then on the other hand other people take all they feel they can take and they decide to move on. Get yourself together NOW, before it’s too late for you and your relationship. When the love is gone sometimes it’s gone forever.


2 thoughts on “WHEN THE LOVE IS GONE

  1. It’s so important to keep the love Alive ! You should check on my blog post ~ I just wrote about this and gave some tips on how to keep the love alive ☺ hope you enjoy it !

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