When we fall in love with our new partner, you love your partner so much. You love the way your partner talks, smiles and behaves towards you. Your partner seems to be the whole world to you!
You love the way you guys go intimate ranging from eye to eye contact to physical touch, and from physical touch to an intimatr romantic kissing which leads to love making.
After all these you begin to notice odd behaviouts that your partner possess. He or she is nagging, gold digger, etc. Most times your partners odd attitude results as a reason of the kind of person you are.
So, here are the various signs that shows your partner has definitely fallen in love with someone else.
He won’t come to your place.
He can’t seem to remember things you’ve mentioned multiple times, like a big assignment at work, how much you want to see a certain movie, and that you don’t eat meat.
You get a gut feeling in your stomach that tells you he isn’t.
He doesn’t seem to care or know what to do when you tell him your feelings are hurt. If you’re crying, he tells you to stop or doesn’t even acknowledge that you’re crying.
You get great news and he isn’t the first — or even second or third — person you think to call.
He’s hung up on his ex.
You need to refill your Xanax prescription before spending seven days in a row together on vacation.
He’s always “too busy” to make plans with you, working, playing Scrabble on his iPhone, watching sports with his buddies. There’s always something.
He doesn’t seem that interested in meeting your friends. You have no interest in introducing him.
You often find yourself making excuses for him. “Oh, he’s just being rude to you because he didn’t get 10 hours of sleep last night.
He ignores you when he brings you home to meet his parents. The love making is amazing but it’s not enough to make you miss him when he’s not around.
He gives you some BS about fearing commitment or not being ready to be in a relationship. Side note: Guys, you need to think of another way to say this; it’s just getting annoying at this point.
He goes away to a foreign country for two weeks and you’re like “Send me a postcard — next!”
His face doesn’t light up when he sees you enter the room.
He has no idea what you do for a living and doesn’t know how to pronounce/spell your last name.
He says he wants to spend more than two days together a week and you cringe.
You watch him when he’s sleeping, but realize you’re grimacing instead of smiling.
You say “I love you” and are met by the sound of crickets chirping. If you leave something minor at his place, like a piece of jewelry, he gives it back to you immediately the next time he sees you. He rolls his eyes at you.
Instead of telling you why he’s upset, he punches walls, kicks door jambs, or storms out of the room.
He tries to guilt-trip you into not using a condom time after time.
He can’t put his cell phone down … even when you are on a romantic date.
You’re not all that excited to hear from him.