Why do so many Canadians say they’re no longer in a relationship?

It’s a phenomenon some of us can’t explain.

It’s not just the lack of communication.

It’s also the lack, for some, of empathy.

And the lack.CBC News has been asking Canadians to share their stories and experiences with the question, Why do some people say they no longer feel in a committed relationship?

The results are fascinating.

Here’s what we found.

Q: I know I don’t have a partner anymore.

How do I reconnect?

A: You don’t need to be a broken-hearted breakup survivor.

But you do need to have some answers.

It depends on what you mean by “relaxed” or “relapsing.”

“In the sense that I feel a sense of relief, a sense that this is a place where I can relax, and that this isn’t where I’m stuck,” said Kelly McCarron, a 23-year-old graphic designer from Winnipeg.

McCarron is married to a man and is in a long-term relationship with a woman.

But she said she has not felt comfortable enough in her own life to have a romantic relationship.

She says she’s also found the sense of isolation she felt in the past few years has eased, and now that she’s back in the same room with her husband, she’s more confident and relaxed.

Q.

I’m not sure what’s wrong with me.

What do I do?

A.

“I have to be in a state of heightened awareness,” McCar