More Questions to Help You Deepen Your Connection with Your Partner

The turning of a year seems to beg us to reevaluate, revitalize, and recommit. We resolve to do better and to be better in almost every area of our lives. The only problem is that when it comes to breathing new life into an old relationship, most of us are not sure how to do it.

But we used to know how! Try reinstating some behaviors that came naturally at the beginning of the relationship.

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5 Simple Ways to Recharge Your Relationship

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  1. I believe all the points here, what else could I do if my partner just want to remain the status quo, no change, no curiosity, nothing fresh or new, no attention no touch. I made s final decision to end the relationship cus I was the only one trying the above mentioned points.
    Did I make a bad decision?

    • I think you made the RIGHT decision.

  2. When you lose interest in your spouse your married life becomes very dull and boring. Most of you fail to notice your spouse. You amble about your married life very routinely and find nothing exciting in your relationship.Appreciating the good points of your spouse, friendly interaction, being humorous and caring can energize even the dullest of married life.

  3. Its like a cake; put all of the ingredients in making sure that Jesus is the main ingredient. Wonderful article. All couples could benefit from reading this info and understand that God will help us if we really want Him to help our relationship be the best it can be! Thanks

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