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Author: KeyLobby Subject: Loss of lusture in relationship
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posted on 11-22-2010 at 02:51 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
Loss of lusture in relationship

The major reason for the loss of passion in a marital life after years of staying together is that after a couple of years, partners keep complaining about the others lacks. Instead of cribbing and continuously nagging your partner, enjoy the days of togetherness and accept each other with their faults as no one is perfect and you yourself might have many shortcomings. Even if you have busy schedules, taking out some quality time for each other should not be an extremely tough ask. Remember your pre-marriage days when you used to dress up to please your partner and when you used to go out for candle night dinners. Do that- why feel embarrassed. Why not try dating each other as if you are not married. It’s not that bad an idea and it can definitely help to enliven your relationship. Live every moment of your life and despite busy schedules, go out at least once a week where you can spend exclusive quality time with each other. Express your feelings and never feel old. Take care of your body and recharge your physical, emotional and psychological self so that you don’t feel tired by the end of the day. Going out for movies, parties and dinners should always be there and try all these methods to bring back to life your once romantic days of marital life.
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