Sometimes no matter how hard you work and give efforts for a loving relationship, ending it is the right thing to do; in this case, because they don’t love you anymore. They can even be your husband or wife in marriage, but all good things must come to an end when happiness is no longer possible. When they say they no longer love you, you may think that the issues are from your side, maybe you did something wrong with the kids, conversations, sex, house, etc. They can cause doubt, which can be faced by women, family members like sons or daughters, other children, as well as best friends. The behavior that causes this doubt can be shown by men or girls, and there is usually no difference between whether a man or woman is more likely to cause the feeling of being unlovable. Let me assure you no matter the hard times you had gone through, them not loving you is always about them, not you. And it’s pointless to figure out why they stop loving you after a long time, because people change. Perhaps they now see you in a different way, but does that mean the way they see you is who you really are? The truth? Not by a long shot. You are just as lovable as you were before. The first step to come in terms with their intentions to end things with you is by realising that it’s about them, not you. Remember: there’s no one that is unlovable; there are only the unloving ones.
On the other hand, this doesn’t mean that you are perfect. If you do find that you have done terrible mistakes, instead of blaming them, you can focus on giving the important things about yourself the best responses you can manage. In the end, you need to be responsible for the actions you choose in any situation, without blaming yourself or labelling yourself as unlovable. Giving attention to and learning to plan or put your mind towards self-improvement or moving on can take different time points, so the process may take weeks or months.