Maintaining love in much- word relationships requires efforts, attention, and understanding from both partners. It is a challenge, but one that can be satisfying. The key to keeping — and sometimes rekindling – the flames of interest lies in communication, fluidity, and embracing vulnerability. This article provides some unexpected advice for couples looking to maintain or also rekindle their love for one another.

The original intoxication of falling in love is all- consuming, partners think about their partner constantly, miss them when they are n’t collectively, and project onto each other an idealized image bereft of fault or weakness. However, that initial chemistry does n’t last, and in fact, research has found that people who are falling in love often experience a “declining” or gradual waning of feelings over time.

When this occurs, it can feel like the fire has vanished and that you will never be able to get those moths ago. However, research has revealed a several methods to maintain or rekindle a romantic spark. The good news is that it is unrelated to love-making!

The key to understanding this is to speak with your partner usually and clearly. A regular daily routine of asking about each other’s day, listening deeply, and responding compassionately can enhance mutual passion. In contrast, incorporating fresh experiences and surprises into your daily life may rekindle that first spark of love and can foster emotional connection. In addition, ensuring that both partners give self-care a chance may boost a child’s sense of commitment because it can boost a child’s sense of satisfaction with the partnership.