Your partner might seem distant, emotionally withdrawn, or less engaged in conversations and activities you both used to enjoy together.
If your partner becomes reluctant to share their thoughts, feelings, and experiences with you, it could suggest a growing emotional disconnect.
A decline in physical intimacy, affection, or sexual activity might indicate emotional dissatisfaction.
If your partner appears more easily irritated, frustrated, or angered, it could be a sign of underlying unhappiness.
They might actively avoid spending quality time with you, preferring to be alone or with other friends and activities.
Consistently negative or critical comments about themselves, you, or the relationship might signal underlying dissatisfaction.
If your partner suddenly loses interest in activities they once enjoyed, it could be a sign of declining emotional well-being.
They might spend more time isolated or disconnected, seeking solace in solitude rather than engaging with you.
Neglecting personal appearance, hygiene, or self-care routines might reflect a decrease in overall emotional well-being.