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How do you know when love is gone?
Dating / 2:00 AM - Monday March 01, 2010

How do you know when love is gone?

My boyfriend and I have been fighting so much lately, that we both just feel numb towards each other. Is it because were both hurt, tired of fighting, lost faith and care in other words relationship crisis or love is gone? Should we take a break or any other good suggestions? We both want to save it conciously

- Asked by theresza, A Thinker, Female, 26-28, Consulting

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Go see a relationship counselor...

- Response by desota18, A Creative, Male, 22-25, Student

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He's a boyfriend, not a husband. take a break from each other....maybe in time, you'll get back together. that's not a good way to start a relationship. if you were married, you could work harder at it (like couseling)

- Response by A Thinker, Female, 46-55, Medical / Dental

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Go to couple counseling.Or move on with someone you get along better with.Fighting kills relationships

- Response by frenchkiss49, A Thinker, Female, 66 or older, Tampa, Who Cares?

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My lady the love is gone when the touching, the caressing, the hugging the kissing and the lovemaking is gone or far between. You fight more than you love and the fights get very serious almost to abuse, Its time to search your heart(place where love dwells). Love means that you never have to say your sorry, get counseling or just sit down and have a mature talk on where you two want the relationship to go!! Remember that LOVE is also a four-letter word that can hurt and destroy!!BUt it cant go on like it is but love seems to find a way to make it right, true love that is ,sincere and genuine. Peace and love and if it doesnt work out remember its his loss not yours!!

- Response by ptawillis, An Intellectual Guy, Male, 56-65, Medical / Dental

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Before you take a break that could become permanent, sit down together and talk. Talk about what drew you to each other in the first place..Hold each other's hand, look into each other's eyes and remember....remember how you couldn't wait to see him. Remember how the sight of him made your heart beat faster. Remember his kiss and how much it set you on fire...

See if it still does.....

- Response by lacey07, A Life of the Party, Female, Who Cares?, Other Profession

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If you really need a counselor, sometimes maybe it just isn't there. Before taking a break, as already stated, try having a heart to heart talk, no outside drama needed. Put aside any disputes of the day/week/month and just reminisce in the love you had for each other, and see if that spark is there. If one or neither of you can find it, then the relationship has in some ways floundered, and there might not be a chance to recover it. Especially if it is one sided and one of you loves the other, and the other can't find the love any more.

- Response by vangucci, An Intellectual Guy, Male, 22-25, Student

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He has a new woman or your just not giving him any

- Response by 21young, A Rebel, Male, 26-28

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Take a break, why deal with turmoil?

If you can get along without arguing
then hang out, until that day's here


- Response by fehkarfight, A Couch Potato, Male, 56-65, Who Cares?

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Try talk , be calm and try hear what he has to say, communication is key, if it doesn't work then move on knowing you tried but it couldn't be fixed. Maybe u really need a break and deserve more..., good luck:-)

- Response by musical85, A Career Woman, Female, 29-35, Student

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