4 thoughts on “You know how the spark of passion always seems to die? Well, there’s a hack for that.

  1. Thank you for sharing this unique perspective! I’ve noticed that, during our second year of marriage, my husband and I have slowed down and become “comfortable” with each other. The excitement of newness is gone, but we’ve grown so much closer because of the work required to maintain a healthy relationship. I love my husband a thousand times more today than I did on our wedding day — and I can’t wait to see how much more I love him next year!

  2. That was fun to watch, thank you for posting it. That spark doesn’t have to die if there are enough new experiences that challenge your comfort zones. (LOL, that’s not a sexual reference, I mean emotionally, psychologically). Maintaining interest in each other is very important. People change over a lifetime and that’s a good thing. It’s like getting a whole new partner to rediscover and get to know and experience a whole new honeymoon phase with. Husbands and wives often complain that their spouse has changed as if that’s a bad thing, but it’s not, it’s one of the gifts of a long term relationship.

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