Here are 9 possible reasons why:

1. She didn’t feel the kind of attraction that she secretly wanted to feel with you

Sometimes a woman will give a guy a chance to be with her, even though she doesn’t feel much of a spark with him.

In many cases, she won’t feel the spark because the guy is too nice and isn’t manly enough in his behavior, attitude or treatment of her.

He feels as though he’s being the perfect boyfriend by treating her so well, making her life convenient, being generous, nice, supportive and loving at all times.

He’s doing a great job of being a good guy, but is forgetting about the other side of a sexual, romantic relationship between a man and woman.

That being, sexual and romantic attraction.

While it’s good to be nice, it isn’t what makes a woman feel like she’s in love with you sexually and romantically.

It doesn’t make her horny…and she wants to feel horny.

She doesn’t just want to feel like you and her are friends, or even that you’re equal in terms of dominance.

Instead, she wants to feel girly in comparison to your masculine energy, behavior, attitude and treatment of her.

She wants to feel like your woman.

So, when a guy is unaware of that, he will unknowingly be killing her feelings day in, day out by just being a good, loving, supportive man.

She will like him as a person, appreciate him and even love him for how well he treats her, but she won’t be able to stop herself from feeling as though something is wrong with the relationship.

In some cases, a woman will feel unhappy, but not know why.

In other cases, she will know that it’s because he’s not manly enough and is just too nice, agreeable and soft when it comes to her.

Despite her friends, family or coworkers being happy for her and thinking she is so lucky to have such a great guy, she just doesn’t feel it.

Something is missing.

That something is sexual and romantic attraction.

Rather than feeling that, she just feels friendly, nice emotions for her guy.

The spark just isn’t there.

Another possible reason why she had a gut feeling that something was wrong in your relationship, is…

2. She had too much power over you, which she didn’t want

She had too much power over you, which she didn’t want

Sometimes a guy will makes the mistake of thinking that in order for his girlfriend to be happy and want to stay with him for life, she needs to be in the position of power.

In other words, he lets her call the shots and make decisions for the both of them and often says things like, “Whatever you decide is fine by me,” or “If that’s what you want, then I want it too” or, “I don’t care. I’ll just do what you want to do.”

Yet, rather than making her feel happy, she feels resentful towards him for making her feel like ‘the man’ in the relationship.

She may try to accept that and convince herself that it’s okay, but her gut feeling that something is wrong won’t go away.

Here’s the thing…

A woman wants to be with a man that she can look up to and respect, not a guy that is willing to submit and follow her orders like a good little boy.

So, when a guy hands over power to his woman and essentially follows her, she ends up feeling turned off by him for not being his own man.

As a result, she loses respect for him and when that happens, she struggles to feel attracted to him.

If his behavior continues, she will then fall out of love with him.

Before long, he will hear her say, “We need to talk” and she will then break up with him.

3. The relationship was too plain and predictable, which made her feel bored and unchallenged

This often happens with couples who never argue, where the guy is very accommodating, agreeable and tries to make her life as easy as possible.

He hopes that by being that way, she will feel happy and have no reason to leave him.

He may even feel proud that, unlike some of his friends or family members who are always fighting and arguing in their relationship, his relationship is calm and relaxed.

So, it will often come as a surprise to him when he discovers that his woman is unhappy and wants to leave him.

While he was thinking that everything was great, she was thinking something like, “Why do I feel so unhappy? I should be happy that we never argue or disagree, but instead I just can’t shake the feeling that something is wrong or missing. Is it normal to feel this way? Maybe it’s just me. Maybe I’m the problem. After all, different people have different relationships. Maybe ours just happens to be plain and predictable. There’s nothing wrong with that, right? Who cares if I feel bored?! I should be grateful to such a good guy. That makes sense to me, but I just don’t feel it.”

She may then try to distract herself with other things (e.g. her friends, a hobby or sport, renovating the house, playing with her phone), to avoid breaking up the relationship.

Yet, no matter how much she distracts herself, she won’t be able to shake the feeling that something is very wrong with the relationship.

Some women will know what the problem is (e.g. her boyfriend doesn’t make her feel challenged in anyway. She can treat him however she wants and he’ll just continue being nice to her. So, she doesn’t feel motivated to treat him better, be more attractive to him or make him feel more loved), but others will just have a gut feeling and not be able to shake it.

4. She believed that you got with her because you didn’t have any other options

Some guys will stay in a relationship with a woman that they’re not really attracted to, to avoid putting in the effort to get a higher quality woman.

Women can sense that.

A woman notices it based on how a guy treats her, compared to how he treats his friends, other women or how a previous boyfriend of hers treated her.

As a result, she can feel as though he might cheat on her if a better opportunity came along, or just leave her when he’s had enough of her.

So, rather than going through that pain, she will break up with him first.

5. She knew that if she was having a lot of doubts about your suitability as her man for life, then it was probably happening for a reason

It is a woman’s natural instinct to look for a man who has the emotional strength to make her feel protected and safe when in a relationship.

So, if a woman notices that boyfriend is emotionally weak when challenged, or doesn’t face his problems head on, but instead turns to her for support and guidance, then she will naturally feel that something isn’t right.

She might put up with it for a little while, in the hope that he will change, but if he doesn’t, then she will naturally feel an increasing desire to leave him.

6. She noticed that you were always able to sweet talk her out of having doubts, but the doubts still remained in the back of her mind

She noticed that you were always able to sweet talk her out of having doubts, but the doubts still remained in the back of her mind

In the early stages, it’s fairly easy for a guy to convince his girlfriend to give him another chance when he has stuffed up (e.g. gotten angry about something, acted a little too jealous), or to stick with the relationship even though she’s having doubts.

The reason why, is that it’s a woman’s natural instinct to want to find a man to stick with for life.

She knows that her youthful attractiveness is fading by the day, so she feels compelled to try to find a relationship, stick with it and make it work.

As a result, a guy can end up making mistakes for months, or even years and she will keep trying to put up with it.

Eventually though, she won’t be able to handle it any longer.

If her gut instinct tells her that the relationship doesn’t seem like it will work in the long run, she will feel compelled to get out of it while she still can (e.g. before she gets pregnant, or agrees to marry him and then goes through with it).

7. Something about your approach to her, or to life made her feel like she couldn’t fully trust you

Over time, a woman can begin to notice things about her boyfriend that don’t line up with the image he portrays about himself to her and others.

For example: He might…

  • Give the impression that he’s so protective because he loves her and wants to keep her safe, but she eventually realizes it’s because he is jealous, needy, insecure and worried about find another guy attractive. There’s nothing wrong with a man being protective of his woman, but there is a big difference between confident, loving protectiveness and insecure, needy protectiveness.
  • Be loving and attentive in public, but then treat her badly, disrespect her, be overly aggressive or take her for granted when no one is watching.
  • Lose his temper with her over trivial things, even though he never did that at the beginning of their relationship.
  • Borrow money from her more frequently and not pay it back.
  • Go out with his friends without telling her about it.
  • Have a wandering eye.
  • Pretended to be ambitious when they first met and told her about all the goals he had, but then made excuse after excuse as to why he hasn’t been able to achieve them, or even work on them.
  • Lie to her one too many times, to the point where she starts to doubt everything else about him.
  • Be very secretive about his past and become angry or defensive if she brings it up.
  • Act like he is confident and as though he feels worthy of her, but then behave in insecure, needy or desperate ways around her.

As a result, she will feel as though she can’t fully trust him, even though he seems like a good guy on the surface.

Something just isn’t right and her gut instinct will tell her to leave him, rather than sticking around and being hurt or heartbroken in future.

8. She kept imagining a life without you in it and feeling happier about that

When a woman is happy in a relationship with a man, she will regularly imagine their future together and feel good about it.

For example: She will think about getting married to him, or at least moving in with him and having children together.

She may also wonder what they might be doing 10, 15, 30 or 50 years into the future.

It will feel like a fairy tale, or love story to her.

She will imagine them being in love, doing fun things together, feeling happy, being able to relax and be themselves and enjoying each other’s company until the very end.

Yet, when a woman isn’t happy in a relationship, she will often begin to think about what life would be like without him in it.

If she realizes that the idea of marrying him, or having children with him fills her with dread, she will naturally begin to doubt if he’s the right man for her.

If he changes and is able to make her feel a renewed sense of respect, attraction and love for him, which then allows her to feel more hopeful and optimistic about their future together, then she will almost certainly stick with the relationship.

Yet, if he is completely unaware of his flaws, has no idea how to make her feel attracted and just continues on doing what he’s been doing, he will eventually hear, “We need to talk” followed by something like, “I’m breaking up with you. I’m sorry, but I know that I’m not feeling the way I’m supposed to in a relationship. So, it’s over. Please respect my decision.”

9. She felt like she had to put on an act around you

For example: A woman ended up having to be more gentle and sensitive towards her boyfriend, because he wasn’t emotionally strong enough to handle her confident, independent or moody personality.

If she wasn’t being nice, supportive, friendly and gentle with him and instead, start being a little bitchy, unsupportive or mean in the way she talked to him, or treated him, he would sulk, get emotional, or get angry at her and demand that she stop.

Of course, there’s nothing wrong with a man getting his woman to treat him with respect.

Yet, there’s a big difference between that and a guy not being able to handle the ‘not so nice’ parts of a woman’s personality.

If he can’t handle that side of her, the sex will be boring, she will feel restless and he will seem like a total bore to her.

As a result, she will want to leave him and find a man who can not only handle her personality, but also make her feel the need to treat him well without sulking, pleading, crying, getting angry or losing control of his emotions in any way.

Of course, when a woman like that breaks up with her boyfriend and he asks why, she won’t explain to him that he needs to man up, because he can then just promise to do that and will likely get another chance with her.

Instead, to get out of the relationship, she will give him the vague reason that she had a gut feeling that something was wrong in the relationship.

He will then be left confused and unsure how to get her back and she will begin moving on.

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