Nagging may not be an obvious sign of love, but it shows that you are willing to annoy your partner to get them to be better.
When something that has bothered your partner for ages stops bothering them all of a sudden, they may have lost interest. An end to nagging may seem like a Godsend, but it can be an end to your relationship.
But indifference puts that passion on the back burner.
When you start losing interest not just in your partner but in the partnership, the effort lacks and so does happiness.
[Read: 12 reasons intimacy is the key to making a relationship last]#2 No more nagging.
When your partner nags you to clean up, make it to date night on time, or show up at your parents’ house by six sharp, it is because they care.
You may be indifferent about what to eat for dinner, what to watch on TV, or what your sister-in-law is going through at work, but indifference in a relationship can be a sign things are headed in a downward spiral. Well, when couples fight, it may not seem healthy or useful, but arguments are a form of effort.