In any relationship, keeping the love alive is really important. It doesn’t matter how strongly you feel about each other at the start. Science proves that after around 3 years, those original chemicals and hormones begin to fade. We stay together after this period due to the connection we’ve built, loyalty, and how much work we continue to put into the relationship. Some people stay together purely out of habit – many of them aren’t happy. If you want to make sure that your relationship is for the long term, these tips will keep your love alive:
Girls are often more patient than men, understanding it takes time to kindle a scorching fire. However, after you’ve lit the flame how do you get him to begin liking you more and thinking about you more often? Here’s how to take him from mere flirtation to a falling head-over-heels relationship.
These days, many first-time marriages end in divorce. This doesn’t mean that ex-spouses plan to stay single for the rest of their lives. Most divorced people, especially those with children, fall in love with a new partner and eventually choose to get married or move in together. Blending a family can be a real challenge, but it’s certainly not impossible. Here are a few things we learned from successful blended families.
As they say, hindsight is 20/20. There’s no one better to tell you what you should and shouldn’t do during a divorce than people who have been there themselves. Whatever the course of the relationship has been like, divorce is never pleasant, and it can be hard to collect your thoughts and make the right decisions. Whether you’re in the midst of a divorce or just contemplating it, here’s some advice to make it as smooth as possible.
People generally don’t react well to changes. This is especially true when it comes to divorce and disruption of the settled daily life, not to mention the possible heartbreak involved. Still, any kind of divorce is always better than a bad marriage, which can actually reflect much worse in the future on both partners and kids. Therefore, even if divorce is inevitable, and definitely something difficult to go through, it is important to know that this is probably for the best and that you will, without a doubt, recover from this emotional blow sooner than you expect.
Living with a partner inevitably means learning how to share, whether it’s the TV, the shower, the car, or the bed. It’s the latter in particular that can cause distress among couples. While it’s perfectly acceptable to opt for separate beds, many consider this a sure sign that a relationship is in some sort of trouble. It’s accepted wisdom now that if you’re an item, you share a bed to show affection. However if one partner should snore, kick in their sleep, or toss and turn often, then sleeping with them may prove to be its own challenge.