There is nothing more magical than the blissful, intoxicating feeling of being head over heels in love.
When a relationship is new, everything is full of passion and excitement.
But once you reach the peak of that honeymoon phase, it all starts to go downhill, and everything you once loved about your relationship suddenly becomes a bit blasé.
Yesterday, I gave you a glimpse of guys confessing all the things women do that completely turn them off.
Now, I'm showing you what it feels like to be in a relationship once the glorious honeymoon phase comes to a close.
That's right. Whisper, the app that lets you anonymously reveal all of your secrets, recently asked a bunch of people to spill the beans on what it's like to be in a relationship that lost its spark.
As you can probably imagine, it really f*cking sucks to lose passion for the person you love.
Take a look at the pictures below to see people tell the truth about what it's like to have the flame burn out in a relationship.
After almost a decade, it's dead.
Where's the passion?
I went from head over heels to hardly interested.
Ugh, don't you just hate seeing happy couples?
I'm not sure how much longer this can last.
So long, honeymoon phase.
He doesn't even look at me the same way anymore.
It's becoming a bit blah.
There's no coming back from this.
I just want the spark back.
I'm only staying until I find someone new.
It's like I'm invisible to him now.
I thought he was the one.
I miss the butterflies.
I love him, but I don't know if I'm still in love with him.
For more relationship confessions, check out Whisper.