In every relationship, everyone would expect his or her partner to portray immaculate love.
Pure love keeps relationship growing and partners always treat each other in all good ways that will allow the relationship to thrive further.
No one wants to live with a partner who doesn’t want to see them flourish or has fake love. A relationship that is based on something fleeting and temporary is likely fake.
Below are a few tips to assist you to know that love in your relationship is fake.
1. They are emotionally distant
A partner who fake love in a relationship have a tendency to be non-communicative. They’re fond of making excuses why they “couldn’t” communicate especially when it is a little difficult to do so. They don’t make any extra effort to reach out when it’s not easy.
2. Always willing to throw in the towel
Conflict is inevitable in every relationship. It shows the level of care partners have for each other. If conflict arises and you’re always the only one trying to resolve the problem, it’s a clear sign of emotional detachment. You’ll always find this in people who have got only fake love for you. Fakers do not care if the relationship works or fails.
3. They don’t meet you halfway
Always check if you’re the one who plans everything in the relationship. Are you the only one who takes responsibility and all that? Relationship and compromise are like two peas in a pod. A lack of effort is a universal sign of disinterest – and a relationship is no different. If your partner is not putting in any effort, it’s a sign of disinterest and you should not disregard it.
If a relationship is based on pure love, partners always have feelings of passion for each other. You’ll be concerned, and involved in everything the other person does.
5. That gut feeling
Sometimes when a person is not in love with you, you will know. That’s the gut feeling in the pit of your stomach that keeps pricking you.