Restoring the romance
We lose interest in our love interests. There. We said it. The ugly truth is out. But here’s another truth: We can get it back.
Disinterest, often characterized as “lost chemistry” or “a missing spark," is not the death knell of a marriage. In fact, it’s quite normal. Look, when you live with someone (picking up dirty socks, negotiating car pool schedules and grocery lists), ennui is as inevitable as spring snow. Put another way, we lose interest when we no longer see our partner for who he truly is. He becomes part of the household machinery, as familiar as the fabric on a weathered couch.
Here are a few strategies you can use to re-ignite the home fires.
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