In the beginning the two of you could barely keep your hands off each other, but somewhere along the line, life happened and those intense feelings have gone from strong flames to dying embers.
In a fast-paced world it seems that “semi-happy” relationships have become the norm, and yes, it’s not only long-standing relationships that can get stuck in a rut. The “not-so-happy”, “not-so-unhappy” state of mind can affect relatively new couples as well, starting when the initial romance are replaced by realities.
So, have you entered the “post romantic era” in your relationship? When you think about him/her, do you feel a bit meh? Not excited, not angry, just meh.
Maybe you’re fantasizing about being single or seeing other people. Or, maybe you’re just not communicating the way you used to, or you’re not interested in quality time with your partner and find yourself deliberately creating physical distance between the two of you. And then there’s the increase in conflict and the once endearing quirks that’s becoming increasingly annoying ...
Is it is even possible to fall back in love? Absolutely!
If you want a relationship that looks and feels like the most amazing thing on earth, you have to treat it like it’s the most amazing thing on earth.
“Falling in love is a process. If you stop following the process you can actually fall out of love, even if you don’t mean to” – Kimberly Beam Holmes
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