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Real Reasons Why Women Lose Interest in Men

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When a woman starts dating a man, she completely surrenders to her feeling. She likes everything in him – his appearance, manner of talking, and behaviour with her, and then feelings literally overshadow her eyes. She sees only the good in him and tries not to notice the bad.

Sometimes it happens that such love for a woman makes a man better, but it often happens that a woman loses interest in a man after some time of dating. Dating experts from Ukrainian Brides explain why this happens.

A woman finds a more interesting man

The modern world is cruel and loving couples break up just because some ‘real man’ appears in the woman’s life. And now she is thinking, analysing, and making the right choice.

She breaks up with her worthless man and goes into a new, interesting future. And she doesn’t explain anything because, as she thinks, she is a woman and she can do everything she wants.

A woman doesn’t have independence in relationships

Some people are too desperately looking for relationships that they use an escort service. They can’t be happy by themselves and persevere in seeking someone to brighten their loneliness. Self-sufficient people are comfortable by themselves: they don’t need partners to feel happy. So, a girl is able to quickly lose interest in a man if she thinks that he is not what she is looking for.

A relationship starts too quickly

Sometimes it happens that both partners are in good circumstances to become a couple, but after a bright and quick start, the so-called ‘spark’ goes out. Psychologists believe that this is happening because of the rapid start, which accelerates the whole process of building relationships. Therefore, after some time, it turns out that there is nowhere to move on and a relationship ends.

A relationship starts with sex

The physical attraction that both partners feel for each other is so strong that lovers want to spend every minute together, and at times of separation, they constantly try to keep in touch. At first, such voluntary obsession may seem interesting to both, but the risk is that such relationships quickly fade.

A woman doesn’t like sex with a man

Sex takes not have the last place in the lives of both women and men. Maybe intimate relationships are more important for women as they treat them more scrupulously. When a woman sees that a man cares more about pleasing himself, forgetting about her, or is unclean in hygiene, she loses interest in such a man.

Also, for any woman, each meeting with a loved man is a holiday, and she wants this holiday to last a lifetime. If a man, having achieved a good attitude from a woman, ceases to bring pleasure to her, turning the holiday into grey days, she loses interest in him. And she has to use various sex toys, such as a quiet clitoral vibrator or a dildo, in order to somehow bring herself pleasure.

A woman doesn’t feel good being with a man

When a man turns into a jealous despot from a gallant gentleman, this can irritate a woman. Then quarrels over trifles begin, which become more and more sharply each time. Although they say that it is quite normal when lovers fight. But if this repeats, again and again, a woman loses interest in a man who sees in her a rival.

The wrong time

If none of the above applies to you, then a woman may have lost interest simply because you met at the wrong time. None of us can surely know what is happening in the life of another. Maybe this girl already has a relationship. Maybe she has problems related to work or family, and at the moment, she can’t think about a relationship with you.

Yes, it is not about you, but about her. You can be confident, attractive, self-sufficient, happy and fully prepared for a relationship, but if a girl meets you at the ‘wrong time’, then all the above doesn’t matter.

David Tobin did his degree in psychology at the University of Hertfordshire. He is interested in psychology, mental health, and wellness.

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