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Last Updated on November 23, 2019 by Marie Bautista
Finding the person you love is an amazing experience. In the beginning, the lust and passion take over, and you can’t keep your hands to yourself. Then, the zeal begins to subside and the love gets stronger and stronger. However, just because you love a person doesn’t mean that your relationship is infallible. The truth is that every couple needs to cultivate their bond if they don’t want the lights to go out. For all you long time ladies out there, here’s how to keep the fire burning.
#1: Have Time Alone
As soon as the kids wake up in the morning, there isn’t a moment when you are not a parent. Although this is part of the job, sometimes you need a day off to concentrate on your significant other. Sure, having dinner and talking about your days is a nice way to connect. But, the conversation tends to focus on the kids, and that negates the point. What you need is a day or a night where you can think about one another without having to worry. Then, you can really listen and enjoy some well needed and deserved alone time with q&a sessions. Date night, anyone?
#2: And Time Apart
Some couples don’t have kids, and they are on the other end of the spectrum. So, instead of spending too little time together, they are never apart. As a result, the relationship can get a little stale. It isn’t anything you can’t fix, yet it does need fixing all the same. A simple solution is to have time away from one another to strengthen the bond. That way, when you reconnect, the feelings will be heightened and stronger than before. It may be a night out with the girls or a spa day, but the effects on your relationship are huge.
#3: Make A Grand Gesture
Romance isn’t dead. In fact, it is a major part of any relationship. Of course, people in a committed relationship can take this for granted because they have been together so long. So, sometimes there isn’t much romance to keep either party going. Although it seems over the top, a big gesture can go a long way. Take renewing your vows for example. Shopping for diamond engagement rings, planning the ceremony, and telling your family can bring the emotions flooding back. If it feels like too much, a small surprise is the next best option. Flowers and chocolates are clichés, but they are that way for a reason.
#4: Get Out Of Comfort Zone
The main reason relationships go stale is the lack of unpredictability. Everything is the same, and it stays this way for the foreseeable future. To prevent this, you need to mix it up and get out of your comfort zone. Only then will you feel the excitement that comes with doing something completely different. And, by experiencing it together, it should bring you closer together instead of farther apart.
As you can see, there are no excuses to let your relationship burn out.