7 Tips To Keep the Spark in Your Relationship Bubbling

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Just like every good things in life, keeping the spark in a relationship -any relationship- requires work and effort. Here are 7 Tips To Keep the spark bubbling in Your Relationship.

Adopt the tips below and you will find out that relationships can be one of the best things ever.

1. Hang out

Every once in a while -aleast one night a month, go out (restaurant, cinema, or just a good old stroll etc) and allow yourself to garner more loving experience/memories.

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2. Don’t spend the whole day together

“Absence makes the heart grow fonder,”

The saying above doesn’t mean you should starve your partner of your presence every day, it means you should make sure to have some time apart. According to psychologists, it builds excitement.

3. Always show affection

Psychology tells us that our brain creates moods that are consistent with our actions. If you show your partner affection even when you don’t want to, your brain will actually start to create affectionate emotions.

4. Be spontaneous

“Predictability kills attraction”

Just because you guys have being dating or married for many years doesn’t mean you should allow the warm hands of predictability take over your relationship. once in a while instead of going to that your usual spot try a new place, if you are fond of watching movies in the house one day go to the cinemas. Etc just try as much as you can to avoid predictability.

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5. Be a good listener

Always be there to provide a listening ear to your partner. Also don’t forget to ask questions so your partner knows that you were actually listening. It reinforces the fact that you actually care which un turn keeps the spark in the relationship afloat.

6. Sex

It’s no secret that intimacy is very vital for sustaining a relationship. Always strive to have sex as often as you can with your partnet, In addition to feeling good and making reproduction possible, sex is also found to be key in bonding couples and long-term relationship satisfaction.

7. Choose your truths

Choose what you tell your partner, also don’t talk about everything, you don’t need to know everything about your partner’s every thought, wish, secret etc. Aside from the fact that it sets boundaries, not knowing your partner like the palm of your hand preserves the mystery, curiosity, and interest that truly keeps a bond alive.

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Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.

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