I don’t want to love you is something that partners often say to each other after their relationship goes kaput. One might say this to one’s beloved when several tensions creep in and misunderstandings become a frequent feature of conversations or meetings. You stop loving a person when the person wrongs you, betrays you or falls short of your expectations. In the words of David Herbert Lawrence, “I am in love - and, my God, it is the greatest thing that can happen to a man. I tell you, find a woman you can fall in love with. Do it. Let yourself fall in love. If you have not done so already, you are wasting your life.” Your partner can also hurt you in multiple ways or several heated discussions and a string of misunderstandings can spoil your equation with your beloved. Thereafter, no love persists in your heart for someone you could never be there for you when you needed him and failed to be your support. In a relationship, one person might be more serious than the other. The other person always things easily and casually, much to the dislike of the other person who is pretty much serious. There comes a saturation point when the more serious person cannot take it anymore and decides to stop loving that person who hardly takes love seriously.