Everything seemed new and exciting, and you likely spent hours just chatting together or coming up with new, exciting things to try.
However, as time goes by, the demands of work, family, other obligations, and the need we all have for time to ourselves can make it harder to find time together.
This situation is not necessarily easy to handle, but there are methods you can use to turn dating into a relationship.
By taking steps now to preserve or rekindle your falling in love experience, you can build a meaningful relationship that lasts—even for a lifetime.
The emotional cues you both need to feel loved can only be conveyed in person, so no matter how busy life gets, it’s important to carve out time to spend together.
One the most powerful ways of staying close and connected is to jointly focus on something you and your partner value outside of the relationship.
Knowing the basic principles of healthy relationships helps keep them meaningful, fulfilling and exciting in both happy times and sad. Some relationships get stuck in peaceful coexistence, but without truly relating to each other and working together.
While it may seem stable on the surface, lack of involvement and communication increases distance.