Sexually intimacy is placed as high value for many couples. While sex is a critical part of relationship, it is not the most important. In addition to an intimate relationship, a loving bond of friendship must be there for the relationship to stay healthy and intact. Since life is constantly changing, love, sex, and intimacy must also change.
Ask yourself these questions so as to evaluate your “love relationship”:
- Is there joy and excitement in your relationship?
- Are you more in love today than when you first met?
- Do you view sex as a time to bond and to learn more about your partner?
- During intimate moments do you feel as though you are sharing your true inner self?
If you cannot answer yes to any of these questions then it is time to take action and make a plan to restore your love and your love life. Have you considered couple’s therapy? A trained therapist will be able to help you identify what is missing in your relationship. If you truly want to make your relationship to stand the test of time, remember that it will require hard work for both partners. Even though you may feel like it is lost, you just might be able to find it again.
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