Are you worried if someone is losing interest in you? The beginning of a new relationship (whether it’s romantic or platonic) is always filled with happiness, hope, and excitement for what’s to come. But the sad truth is, feelings like this don’t always last. Sometimes you fall in love with someone only to fall out of love with them just as quickly. So let’s take a look at some of the signs someone shows when they are losing interest in you. If you relate to this video and want to learn more about the tips on how to get over your crush, you can check out this video: https://youtu.be/Wwna1NeF-Hc
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