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This tends to happen as the time passes. Ensure that you spend some quality time with each other, engage in conversations and also do new things together. it will help you two to discover new things about each other.
Yes, Rachel. I agree. I have urged him to book a holiday for us over the next weekend. I am now looking forward to happier times! Thank you for your message..
With time, the quality of the relationship either improves or degrades; check which way your relationship is going. To achieve the former, spend quality time and talk to each other.
The new mantra to salvage my relationship will be, "Talk it out!" Thanks, Seher!
You just need to clear out your differences and spend some quality time together. I think that'd bring the solution. Don't waste time or expect that he shall speak. Don't let your ego to take control over your relationship. If you actually love him then show it.
I love him dearly, and do not want to lose out on him, due to something as trivial as time and boredom issues. But yes, all I have been really doing is moping over the issues between us, rather than bringing a solution to it all. I will do something about it soon..thanks!
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Do we often make the 'mistake' of placing our partner above ourselves when we are in love?
Has it happened with you? You sent a naughty photograph of yours to someone when things were going good. And regretted it when things weren't so good?
Is it love when it is more than friendship but less than love?
So you're finding excuses to call, drunk text or simply bump into your ex due to a compelling urge to sit down and have a 'final discussion. In an age when we're breaking up on social networking sites, how important is a face-to-face closure? Do we always need one?
It feels like everyone is shying away from commitment these days. Why are we getting so commitment-phobic?
Do you want to date your Ex again? You miss her, is that the good reason to get back her again in life?
How would/did you change your bedroom after marriage?
Why do men shy away from relationship discussions?
You think too much!
Why do men think that helping the wife is shameful or makes them henpecked?
What have I learnt about myself through my spouse!
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