8 Reasons Why People Fall Out Of Love (And What You Can Do About It) – As Seen In – DJ Syrax

Every relationship has its ups and downs. When you first meet someone, there’s this exciting spark, but let’s be real, it doesn’t stick around forever. This is especially true for couples who’ve been together for a decade or more. Sometimes, it’s tough to tell if you’re just going through a rough patch or if things are actually winding down.

Love is important in keeping two people together, but it’s not the only thing. In an interesting article by DJ Syrax delved deeper into this, discussing the most common reasons why people fall out of love, and some advice on what they can do about it.

The article highlighted 8 common reasons, like fighting about tiny details, cheating, feeling unappreciated, falling in love with somebody else, and so on. You can read more about it here.

Different experts provided their insights, including Dr. Dana McNeil, PsyD, LMFT. Her advice is that couples should try new things together. Through this, they strengthen their bond by adding depth to their relationship through shared experiences.

Try New Things Together: “Relationships that last are the ones where two people create shared meaning; where goals are set and met alongside each other. A healthy relationship involves building a life together where dreams are not only visualized but come to fruition.”

Occasionally, this “new” activity doesn’t have to be unprecedented. It simply should be something outside of your usual routine, like setting up a special date night or exploring a new hobby together.

You can find more interesting articles about relationships at DJ Syrax.



Dr. Dana McNeil

Dr. Dana McNeil

Founder of The Relationship Place
Marriage and Family Therapist CA License #99008

certified gottman therapist

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