101+ Falling Out Of Love Quotes, and Signs

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Falling out of love means seeing the negative aspects of the person and not being able to move past them.

Falling out of love means discontent.

When one is in love, one always begins by deceiving one’s self, and one always ends by deceiving others. That is what the world calls a romance. – Oscar Wilde

Love is a very tricky thing, one thing you have the next thing you don’t.

Falling out of love is like watching a shooting star fizzle into the darkness. – Elizabeth Heller

I loved her for so long. Our past trails behind us like a comet’s tail, the future stretched out before us like the universe. Things happen. People get lost and love breaks. ― Jonathan Tropper

Maybe when you feel more in love with your memories than with the person standing in front of you. ― Gunnar Ardelius

Falling Out Of Love Quotes

Falling in love is easy; staying in love is a different story.

True love never fades, until it was a lie.

I just woke up and felt nothing—and then everything all at once.

If falling in love is like climbing to the top of a hill, then falling out of love is like falling off. – Helena Lovendale

That’s life for you. All the happiness you gather to yourself will sweep away like it’s nothing. If you ask me I don’t think there are any such things as curses. I think there is only life. That’s enough. ― Junot Díaz

Apparently, something can happen inside someone you love—it can just happen somehow—and like magic, she thinks that she’s had enough and that the way the two of you have been for a really long time is no longer worth the effort. Does that sound familiar to anyone? ― Meg Wolitzer

Fall in love fast, and fall out of love even faster.

If you learn to take your time, you will find that jumping into a relationship is not the answer to your happiness. You will constantly fall out of love every single time.

It is never really love if you lose it.

We do not go easily into the night of falling out of love-or more accurately into the daylight. – Joyce P. Buckner

There’s always a moment when you start to fall out of love, whether it’s with a person or an idea or a cause, even if it’s one you only narrate to yourself years after the event: a tiny thing, a wrong word, a false note, which means that things can never be quite the same again. ― Douglas Adam

The way I see it, you mostly stop loving a person the same way you stop respecting them. It can happen all at once if something enormous and terrible falls over the two of you. But for the most part, it happens in inches. In a thousand tiny moments of contempt that unravel the image you had of the person you thought you knew. ― Sarah Gailey

What a beautiful world it would be if people had hearts like dogs.

Fall in love with yourself, and you will never be without love.

It is not okay when you tell me you have fallen out of love. It means you don’t want to keep trying.

Being in love is like riding a roller coaster. We experience great highs when in love and great lows when we fall out of love. – Natalie Klun

Well, now little by little you stop loving meI shall stop loving you little by little suddenly you forget me do not look for me for I shall already have forgotten you ― Pablo Neruda

Some people just fall out of love because they let life happen.

And you left your mark on me…
With the destruction of us, finally, we became no one. ― Nadège

Somewhere we went wrong. We were once so strong.

It is best just to let it go even if you want to stay. It is not much of a relationship if it is just you who wants to stay and only you.

Falling in love is less of a process than falling out. – Michael French

There was a time when I thought I loved my first wife more than life itself. But now I hate her guts. I do. How do you explain that? What happened to that love? What happened to it, is what I’d like to know. I wish someone could tell me. ― Raymond Carver

When two people part it is the one who is not in love who makes the tender speeches. ― Marcel Proust

He was the love of my life, but life moves on. – Dominic Riccitello

Falling out of love does not happen by reason of fate, it happens because the other party no longer chooses to stay. In the end, it is all but a choice.

Love should always be reciprocal. Once the other one is negligent of his obligations, it is time to rescind.

I think I’ve fallen out of love with you, and I hate myself for it… but there’s nothing I can do. – Ruth Gilligan

And then the dreams break into a million tiny pieces. The dream dies. This leaves you with a choice: you can settle for reality, or you can go off, like a fool, and dream another dream. ― Nora Ephron

Falling in love is sudden, easy, and fun. It’s like a child going down a playground slide. Falling out of love is slow, difficult, and painful. It’s like watching a child die of cancer. ~ Ben Davis, Sr.

While nearly every way of falling in love is kind, every way of getting out of love is cruel.

Falling in love is easy, it’s the falling out of it which is the hard part.

Stop thinking that every time you meet someone, they will be the one; you fall in love so fast; I cannot keep track of how much time you have fallen out of it.

But sometimes falling out of love can hurt you so bad that it turns your heart cold. – Katherine Elam Simpson

The emotion that can break your heart is sometimes the very one that heals it. ― Nicholas Sparks,

Never fall in love with stargazers – always with accelerated affection. Their love disappears in the blink of an eye like a shooting star. ― RSCruz

Falling in love is awfully simple, but falling out of love is simply awful.

Amidst all the negative notions about love, I still choose to fall in love, even if it kills me.

If you keep falling in and out of love with the same person, congratulations, you might just have found the one person with who you can spend your life falling in and out of love over and over again.

One of the harsh realities of life is that one can hardly plan when to fall in love with, and sometimes, falling out of love just happens for no reason at all this is definitely nobody’s fault. – Mark Cosmo

She was convinced a word existed, a noun, that meant the loss of feelings for someone who was formerly loved—a word for the act of falling out of love. I said I couldn’t think of it. It wasn’t in the dictionary either, not the one she wanted. ― Olivia Sudjic

I don’t regret meeting you, but I wish I had never fallen in love with you.

Here is the thing, you keep speaking of falling in love, but you can’t seem to support that love with you every time you meet another girl you just fell in love with.

Sometimes falling out of love – or discovering you were never really in it is the worst part of all. – Rebecca Flanders

[Their love] had burned itself out, like a forgotten candle in an empty room, leaving behind a ravenous discontent. [Their love] had burned itself out, like a forgotten candle in an empty room, leaving behind a ravenous discontent. — Paolo Giordano

The hard part wasn’t breaking up. The hard part is forcing myself to fall out of love with you. ― Dominic Riccitello

It’s hard to forget someone whom you’ve imagined spending forever with.

Falling in love is a death wish. By falling in love, you have given him the power to take your heart and keep it in his hands until he gets tired of it and throws it away.

Falling in love can be scary if you are unsure what the person who promised to catch you will do.

Sometimes you fall in love, sometimes you fall out of love. That’s what life is. Without pain, you can’t know pleasure and without sad, you can’t know happiness. You can’t just love because you’re afraid of being hurt. – Ariana N. Dickey

I guess that’s what saying goodbye is always like–like jumping off an edge. The worst part is making the choice to do it. Once you’re in the air, there’s nothing you can do but let go. ― Lauren Oliver

Ran out of things to say, metaphors for you. Why the ocean’s clear instead of blue, why mountains in the distance had reminded me of you? ― Dominic Riccitello

Falling Out of Love Signs

If you realize you are more embarrassed or ashamed to be associated with your partner, your mind has already checked out of the relationship. Not thinking, “That’s my boyfriend/girlfriend!” and instead thinking something like “Uhhh, yeah that’s my boyfriend/girlfriend…” indicates you’re not proud to be with them.

  • You Seek Out Opportunities to Avoid Your Partner

Besides no longer getting excited to spend time together, you may find yourself flat-out avoiding your partner. You may stay late at work, see movies or eat dinner by yourself, or even take a long way home to avoid being with your partner for a moment longer than you have to. When you’re actively finding ways to be without your significant other, it’s clear that either your feelings for that person have changed, or you aren’t getting what you need out of the relationship.

  • You’re constantly comparing them to others.

A sure sign you’re falling out of love? “You find yourself comparing them to every potential you could have if you weren’t with them,” says relationship expert Rachel DeAlto who appeared on TLC’s Married at First Sight. “You begin to believe that any relationship could be better than the one you’re in.”

  • Physical intimacy is a thing of the past.

Being in love with someone means you’re attracted to them, which leads to physical intimacy—so if you stop wanting to have sex, it could be a sign you’re falling out of love, says Lisa Concepcion, a certified professional life coach and founder of LoveQuest Coaching. “When we are physically healthy, attracted and in love, we want sex,” she explains. “However, when we’re physically healthy, and falling out of love, we stop feeling amorous—more like a friend and the sex falls off.”

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