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How to Avoid This Big Relationship Issue! – Dating

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Some couples who have been together for many years lose the desire to nurture the love within their partnership.

This is a huge mistake because we all have a choice of where we want to be in our relationships today! Complacency, and taking your partner for granted, have become a big problem in many long-term relationships! Thinking that your partner will always stick around, regardless of what is transpiring between you, is a dangerous mindset to allow yourself to be in.

We all have boundaries and a breaking point when our needs are unmet.

It is very important not to lose sight of why you are wonderful together as a couple! You always want to ensure that there is a healthy balance of friendship, romance, and reciprocated respect between you as a couple. When one person pulls away in a different direction, it becomes a lopsided and very uncomfortable scenario to come home to.

Things have altered when it comes to relationship dynamics today, and people don’t always stick around when the love between them changes course. Becoming lethargic is not an option if you want to maintain a harmonious environment within your partnership.

Being in a committed partnership can feel like work sometimes, but that’s okay.

We give so much energy to our jobs, our children, and some of our goals/or hobbies, so when is it ever right to let our partnership take a back seat? If you don’t grasp how to respect the foundation of your relationship, you could be sabotaging your true happiness as a couple moving forward. It is so important for you to be on the same page and be able to evolve together within your partnership, for your love to stay committed.

What steps can you take to avoid this relationship challenge?

  1. Be openly communicative regularly! Don’t let things slide if you are feeling disconnected.
  2. Maintain awareness toward any changes that you notice taking place with your partner or how you interact as a couple.
  3. Nurture the intimacy in your relationship and never become too busy to sustain a romantic interaction.
  4. Don’t assume they know how you feel or that they are aware of any mood changes taking place. Your job as a partner in a relationship is to pay attention to any emotional alterations they may be dealing with, and also be open with your own feelings.
  5. Continually prioritize your partner. When complacency sets in, it is because you are starting to take them for granted.
  6. Appreciate everything your partner does for you, and they should appreciate you in return. It’s good to have some expectations in your relationship. This doesn’t mean that you are high maintenance, it just means you respect yourself, and you have boundaries of how you want to be treated.
  7. Tell your partner often that you love them, and that you are grateful for the love you share.
  8. Do something kind for each other every day. Leave them a text throughout the day that you are thinking of them.
  9. Take turns planning a weekly date night. When you have something to look forward to regularly, it automatically keeps you close as a couple.
  10. Don’t let any irritations fester between you, sit down and talk to one another before things become heated. Listen closely to each other’s concerns and make the appropriate changes.

Don’t be the last to know that your partner is checking out of your relationship.

The grass is not always greener on the other side, as we often think it is. It is so imperative to give energy and stay deeply connected with your partner by delving into any issues that arise throughout your years together. Ignoring them will not repair any occurring damage. Sadly, this will only encourage the ongoing issues and cause havoc that may be irreparable in your relationship.

It is always important to remember why you fell in love in the first place, and regularly nurture those feelings to keep your relationship balanced and healthy. Becoming apathetic towards one another is the first step to initiating a problematic future from now on, and something you want to avoid happening.

Prioritizing the love between you both as a couple will ensure that your partnership is in a supportive and safe place. Life hands us all difficult things to deal with, but it is how we handle those curveballs as a couple, that keep our faith and love in a reciprocated bond for many years to come. Always be emotionally available for one another.

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