Ask a woman who has been married for any length of time and she'll tell you that marriage isn't as easy as it first looks. Once the honeymoon is over, real life sets in and the relationship is often put to the test. It's easy to allow your emotions to be impacted when you are dealing with the daily stresses of life. Feelings can change and you may start to suspect that your husband doesn't love you anymore. There are some warning signs that indicate that his feelings may be shifting.
One thing that may make you wonder whether your husband isn't in love is his absence. Many men who realize they are falling out of love with their wives will find excuses not to go home. They'll suddenly be working longer hours or will take up a new sport or hobby that keeps them busier than they used to be. They find it too hard to face the fact that the relationship has changed so instead of dealing with it directly, they hide from it.
Another of the telltale signs that your husband doesn't love you anymore is he'll be much less interested in the day-to-day details of your life. He may not ask how your day was and he doesn't ask pointed question about work or your other interests. If he used to be very invested in the things you did and now seems to not care that's not a good sign at all.
An obvious shift in your intimate life may be a sign that your husband doesn't love you anymore. It's important to look at this carefully though and weigh it against how he behaves around you in other situations. Some men simple struggle with intimacy issues that aren't related to how they feel at all. If you do notice that he seems distant around you all the time, not just in the bedroom, this is typically a clear indicator that he's not feeling as close emotionally to you as he once did.
Use your instinct as well if you suspect your husband has fallen out of love. Think back to how he interacted with you early in your relationship and look at it now. Any drastic change should send a warning flag up that he may feel differently than he has in the past.