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7 Ways to Keep the "Honeymoon Feeling" Alive in a Long Marriage

You constantly want to keep the vigour and desire in your marital connection.

By The Lost GirlPublished 4 months ago 3 min read

A robust and healthy marriage is something that all partnerships should strive towards. It makes no difference how long you've been together or how old you are. You constantly want to keep the vigour and desire in your marital connection.

When you are able to keep a positive attitude in your marriage, you will be the envy of many other couples who observe your love. But, more significantly, you will find it much simpler to deal with the day-to-day duties that may prevent you from obtaining complete pleasure in this life.

And, in order to have a happy and healthy marriage, you must ensure that both of you are putting in effort in your relationship. You must both ensure that it is a collaborative effort, with both of you giving your all to make your marriage succeed.

Couples prefer to spend the majority of their attention on their partners in the relationship during the honeymoon phase of a marriage (which, according to research, seldom lasts more than a year).

They never envisage a time in their lives when their attention is split. They believe that their marriage will always be their number one priority in life. This is the "incubation" stage, during which both the man and woman are filled with unlimited hope, vitality, and spontaneity.

It's an exciting time for two individuals to fall in love. There are many things to be enthusiastic about, as well as many things to be thankful for.

Continue to get further into the marriage. Consider the not-too-distant future. You'll both obtain employment, and you'll probably be busy as you strive to develop your professions from the bottom up.

You may have a couple of children at this point. And you'll have your own house or property that may require a little tidying up here and there. Because you're both concerned with different things, it's hardly the most romantic scene.

And it is at this point that you realise you no longer value your relationship in the same way you once did. And it is at this point that you must try even harder to reclaim that former sensation.

And how do you go about doing so? It all starts with you making the decision to enhance your relationship and restore it to its origins.

You must be able to dispel any silly romantic illusions you may have. It's not like in the movies, when issues magically seem to solve themselves.

You must be prepared to do your share to ensure that your relationship is both joyful and sensual. You must be the one who invests in ensuring that your connection thrives.

And you can't precisely do it with a single spectacular gesture. It's unrealistic to expect a few huge performances to solve everything. It's the simple things you do on a regular basis that will get your relationship to where it needs to be.

Here are seven simple and straightforward techniques to keep the honeymoon feeling alive throughout a long marriage with your partner.

1. Treat yourself to a great supper every now and again.

Go out to a good restaurant for a pleasant meal. Drink some wine. Consume some delectable fare. Bond and communicate with one another.

2. Spend the entire Sunday at home, watching movies or reading a book.

Simply relax and spend the day together as a pair. For a few moments, shut off the outside world.

3. Spend a weekend away with just the two of you.

If you are more adventurous, you could wish to ESCAPE all of the noise and distractions by going on a trip.

4. Surprising each other.

Surprises are exciting. They keep the relationship intriguing and stimulating.

5. Look through old photos and remember about old times.

One of the easiest ways to reconnect with your roots is to remember where you used to be.

6. Engage in some physical activity.

And by physical fun, we mean the kind that is only appropriate for the bedroom.

7. Try something new that will test both of you.

As a couple, you should always learn and grow together. Challenge yourselves to collaborate on something so that you can bond and connect.

Final Thoughts

When you look at the ideas presented below, you will see that they all have one thing in common: they all demand work and forethought. You should understand that if you take each other for granted, your marriage will not continue.

Both of you must be thoughtful and generous in your connection. You both need to COMMIT to one other and your marriage. It's also about the small things that you do on a regular basis. These are the factors that contribute to a happy and healthy relationship environment.

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The Lost Girl

A Lost Girl is: A woman in her 20s, 30s (and beyond) who's more than a bit unsure about what she's doing with her life, the direction that she's headed and how to make changes for the better.

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