Sometimes women leave men they love not because there is nothing left, but because there are some serious other reasons to let go. There are women that even though they love their partner to the moon and back, they feel they have to leave them.
We all know relationships are hard to maintain. But however difficult they may turn out to be, we still crave that human connection. Everyone who’s been in love knows that the struggle is worth it. It’s just that sometimes, a chapter in our lives must end. No matter how much you want him to stay in your life, you feel that something is wrong and so you have to embrace change. Here are 6 reasons why women leave men they love:
They feel alone
When you’re with someone and you start feeling lonely, then you know there’s a glitch in the system. Something went wrong but you can’t seem to put your finger on it. So you decide you can’t stay in a relationship with someone who is not emotionally present, no matter how much you love them. You need someone who is willing to invest in this relationship equally, no exceptions. If they don’t make you feel you matter, it’s time to go.
They are not being acknowledged
When she feels she is taken for granted, she will do everything in her power to move on and be with someone who acknowledges her. She wants deep communication, she wants to know you understand her, and what a better way to show her that then paying attention to details? She needs care and support, as well as respect. Never forget that or she might start looking someplace else.
Their partner is not physically there
They can feel when their partner would rather spend time somewhere else or in the company of other people. It’s important that you are present whenever you are around her but also spend time with her. They will appreciate it a lot and let you know they do. But it’s not enough to be in the same room with her if you don’t reach out. You also need to connect with her, emotionally and intellectually.
Of course, there are many others things that might not work out in a relationship. They are as diverse as we individuals are and that’s a beautiful thing.
They no longer feel sexy.
Men are sexual creatures. When they want sex they are ready. A woman needs intimacy, foreplay, and the feeling of being completely desired by her man. Routine is the kiss of death. A woman wants spontaneity. She craves to be romanced. Women live in their heads. Therefore, when a man is only being stimulated by porn or other women or just wants to have a release, a woman will be completely turned off. There is a moment in a woman’s life when she realizes that if her man doesn’t desire her, or makes her feel special (in and out of bed) then it’s time to move on.
Women don’t like someone who is predictable.
Men fall into comfortable routines. The older they get, the less they want to participate in anything that is not about them. This is also why some men go through a massive midlife crisis. But, women need serendipitous moments. They need to know that they matter. Even a small note on a coffee mug is enough to bring appreciation into a relationship. Familiarity is not something that feels good in midlife. It feels boring. To a woman, a man is not a fixture. He is a companion.
There is a significant life change.
Midlife hits everyone differently. Most women do not require a new car or fancy clothes. They need to know that they are sexy and wanted by their men. Menopause starts to creep into the picture, and what was once easily tolerated is no longer. Life changes: Children leave to college; a parent needs full time care; or financial stress is present. Women who overcome cancer or other illnesses also find a reset button that pushes the men out of their lives. A woman needs to know that these life changes are being navigated with strength and dignity alongside her man. When there is no support, a woman will quickly disassemble her life to get rid of her man.