1. You no longer talk about the future.
Neither of you is excited about having a future together. You no longer talk about what it would be like to bring your relationship into the future. You don’t make plans for one another. You don’t have any particular goals or dreams for yourselves as a couple. You don’t even have a particular vision for your relationship. The both of you are just coasting along and riding the waves. You don’t really know where you’re going anymore.
2. You feel uncomfortable whenever you are both around other couples.
You both hate it whenever you are around other couples in love because you are reminded of everything that you could be but aren’t. When you’re with other happy and healthy couples, you are often exposed to their happy lives. And you hate how you’re no longer that happy with one another. You hate that other couples seem to be doing so fine, and here you are struggling to keep your practically dead relationship afloat.
3. You don’t say “I love you” as much as before.
When you’re in a healthy and happy relationship, it can be almost natural to just express your love and affection for one another. But the converse is also true, and that’s exactly what is taking place in your relationship right now. It’s almost natural in the way that you feel okay with the fact that you’re no longer expressing your love and affection to one another.
You should also check 7 Reasons Men Typically Change After 6 Months In A Relationship
4. There is less communication in the relationship.
Communication is always going to be of the utmost importance in any kind of relationship. When you communicate with one another, you connect and bone with each other. You get closer in your relationship the deeper you get in your discussions and conversations. And that’s why when the communication in your relationship drops, the level of intimacy and affection you have for one another is going to drop as well.