"any more" and "anymore"

Ex.1 if a marriage, group of people, or relationship breaks up, the people in it separate and do not live or work together “any more”
Ex. 2 Just drop it, will you? I don’t want to talk about it “any more”.
I don’t know what the difference between “any more” and “anymore” is. I thought they were similar or almost the same. I always use “anymore” instead of “any more”. But I found some sentences like above are used “any more”. Are they correct? Can I use “any more” in those sentences?
How about “I don’t love you anymore”? Is that correct?
Thank you!!

I am a native English speaker, and I am not even sure myself, so don’t worry too much. Haha.

But I have cut and pasted the below from;

Any more refers to quantities (Would you like any more tea?). Anymore is an adverb that refers to time (I don’t like tea anymore.).

When spelled as two words, any more refers to quantities.

Are there any more cookies?
You already ate seven; you don’t need any more!
When spelled as one word, anymore is an adverb that refers to time. It means “at present,” “still,” or “any longer.”

Why doesn’t Mom bake cookies anymore?
She doesn’t bake cookies anymore because you always eat them all and don’t leave any for her!
In certain dialects, some speakers use anymore as a synonym of nowadays.

Cookies are almost impossible to come by around here anymore.
However, this usage is not considered acceptable in formal writing. In fact, it’s a fairly rare usage, so you may want to remove it from your writing altogether unless you’re writing for a very specific audience.


‘Any more’ is also used as an adverb (“I don’t go to school any more”) in non-American English

any more (two words) = even the smallest amount more, eg. I don’t want to eat any more cookies. I don’t want to see any more Jennifer Lawrence movies.

anymore (one word) = any longer eg Because I want to lose weight, I don’t want to eat cookies anymore. Jennfier Lawrence aren’t good anymore unless it’s X-Men