I’m a relationship expert – there are five things your partner is doing that show they are losing interest

A RELATIONSHIP expert revealed the five signs you should be on the lookout for if you feel like your partner is pulling away.

It would definitely save you tons of heartache and even help you save the relationship.


Eros Miranda, who has become super popular on social media as a relationship coach, revealed that there are five ways a person shows they are losing interest in their partner.

The first thing you need to be on the lookout for is how they are communicating with you.

Have their texting habits changed? Do they seem distant and reserved? That might be an indication.

Someone who is also losing interest in their partner will make others a priority.

They will make their partner an option and will choose to spend time with others than their person.

You might also notice that the person will stop initiating anything intimate and romantic.

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They might not want to go out on a date anymore or even have dinner with you.

A fourth red flag is that they've stopped including you in their future plans.

Their plans now involve "me" rather than "we."

And lastly, someone who doesn't want to be with you anymore is no longer interested in working out the issues with you.

They are simply willing to give up and walk away.

Previously, another relationship expert revealed people should not just date one person at a time.

She encourages her clients to date multiple people at once in an attempt to be more efficient with their time and love – and they only need to follow one rule.

“If you’re not in a committed relationship, why are you committing to someone who hasn’t committed to you?” she explained.

She said she wishes women were more comfortable with this question so they would feel freer to date around rather than becoming uber-focused on one potential match right away. 

“Like this is exactly why you get so attached to a guy early on when he hasn’t even proven himself to you, when he’s not even your boyfriend, when things aren’t even exclusive,” she said.

“If you were dating other people and you weren’t just putting all of your eggs in one basket for a basket that … hasn’t even proven to be worth it yet, you wouldn’t be so consumed by this one guy,” she reasoned. 

Aly went on to explain that it’s perfectly fine to be clear with a date that you’re seeing other people.

In fact, she said being upfront with them will actually improve your chances of finding a healthy relationship in the long run.

“If he wants you to himself, he’s going to make that happen,” Aly stated.

“The men who want a relationship with you, they don’t get scared off by that.

“If anything, it excites them and it gives them something to work for because they wanna win the prize and the prize is you.” 

Aly also said practicing this will help raise your standards and make you more aware of the people you attract. 

“Keep [seeing others] until somebody earns their sole spot in your life, in your romantic life,” she concluded.


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