Relationships: How to Rekindle the Love
If you have a healthy relationship that is free from abuse and you need to know How to Rekindle the Love in that relationship, it’s probably because the girl that you’re involved with is breaking your heat. Maybe she’s starting to show interest in other guys. Perhaps you suspect that she’s cheating on you.
Quite possibly, she’s just not feeling the love from you that you would like to think she is or hope that she is. But trying to guess what she’s feeling won’t solve your problem. You need to start opening up to her if you’re going to figure out how to fix your relationship.
Taking Her For Granted
One sure sign that indicates that you need to figure out how to fix your relationship is if you’re starting to reverse the progression of love. Remember how it all began? You probably took her out to dinner a few times and went to the movies. Then, as things started to get more serious, you took longer dates. Maybe it was a weekend trip to a cabin. Maybe it was a day-long road trip. Perhaps you started going to the same church and the same favourite party spots – every weekend.
But then, you noticed that something had changed. She no longer went to church with you. She picked a different group of friends to go out with. She showed little interest in going on a weekend getaway, unless it was somewhere that she really wanted to go.
Her alternative selections? Going out to the movies again, or hitting up a fast food restaurant for a date that she could be done with in a matter of a half hour or less. So what? you probably though. If that’s what she wants to do, we’ll do it.
That’s a great attitude on your part. Not.
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Thanks for reading,
Psychic Madeline Rose
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