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Keep passion alive in your relationship 1. The first human need is certainty, the need to be comfortable, enjoy pleasure and avoid pain. A person with masculine 2. Uncertainty is the second human need, because we can exercise and demonstrate our physical and emotional range only 3. The third. However, passion requires time and an emotional investment into our relationship.

Included in the definition of passion is the concept of intense desire. Passion carries the connotation of love, lust, ardor, and enthusiasm. A lively interest, fervor, zeal, craving, and infatuation all are included in the word passion.

Yes, there is a lot at stake in trying to create or sustain a passionate marriage. But it doesn’t mean your marriage is in trouble if you are feeling less passionate or if sex is less exciting than. 15 Ways To Keep The Passion Alive In A Long-Term Relationship 1. Keep the communication open. We really underestimate the power of communication, but the true end of a relationship 2. Make a bucket list of new experiences.

I’ve mentioned some things that should be on everyone’s relationship. One way to keep passion alive in your relationship is to be able to turn “off” work mode and be with your partner. When it comes having a stressful job, it’s easy to just get into this cycle of constantly thinking about work and getting burnt out.

12 Ways to Keep Your Relationship Passionate Part 2: Bringing delight and pleasure to each other. Connect to your feelings of love for your partner and let your heart do the talking, and do it. Flattery is very important in keeping the passion alive, as it helps make your partner feel special.

Fix emotional wounds quickly. If you want to keep the passion alive in your relationship, never stop talking to each other, never sleep in separate rooms, communicate, and, if necessary, say “sorry”. The relationship expert Dr. Gary Chapman has identified five ways to express love: affirming words, giving gifts, spending quality time, performing acts of service, and touching physically.

You don’t necessarily need to hit them all, and your partner is likely to respond more to some than others. Here are a handful of simple yet effective ways to bring passion and intimacy to the everyday: Pursue a new hobby together. It could be wine tasting, a high school sports team you follow closely or reading the same Exercise together. Walk, run, do sit ups.

Be a. Keeping the spark alive isn’t so much about tricks, but finding little ways to keep your connection strong. When your connection is deep and the love between you is strong, you know you’re in a.

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Once the high degree of passion levels off, you may include other interests in your relationship and share these with your partner.

“Love Signs and You: The Ultimate Astrological Guide to Love, Sex, and Relationships” by Skye Alexander, Rochelle Gordon, Nadia Stiegltz
from Love Signs and You: The Ultimate Astrological Guide to Love, Sex, and Relationships
by Skye Alexander, Rochelle Gordon, Nadia Stiegltz
Atria Books, 2003

We can have no problem expressing passion as it relates to our work, our hobbies, our relationships, or our passionate commitment to the earth, and experience a hesitation or shyness around sexual passion.

“The Great Work: Self-Knowledge and Healing Through the Wheel of the Year” by Tiffany Lazic
from The Great Work: Self-Knowledge and Healing Through the Wheel of the Year
by Tiffany Lazic
Llewellyn Worldwide, Limited, 2015

It may be that passion still diminishes over time in such a relationship.

“The Gender of Sexuality” by Pepper Schwartz, Virginia Rutter
from The Gender of Sexuality
by Pepper Schwartz, Virginia Rutter
Pine Forge Press, 1998

Passion comes from taking the risk to be emotionally vulnerable in your relationship.

“What Wives Wish their Husbands Knew about Sex: A Guide for Christian Men” by Richard Rupp, Ryan Howes, Stephen Ph. D. Simpson
from What Wives Wish their Husbands Knew about Sex: A Guide for Christian Men
by Richard Rupp, Ryan Howes, Stephen Ph. D. Simpson
Baker Publishing Group, 2007

Keep the ideas flowing and continue to stoke the flames of passion in your relationship.

“Capture His Heart: Becoming the Godly Wife Your Husband Desires” by Lysa TerKeurst
from Capture His Heart: Becoming the Godly Wife Your Husband Desires
by Lysa TerKeurst
Moody Publishers, 2009

Since passion is contagious, choose passionate partners; it will build on itself.

“The Persuasion Code: How Neuromarketing Can Help You Persuade Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime” by Christophe Morin, Patrick Renvoise
from The Persuasion Code: How Neuromarketing Can Help You Persuade Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime
by Christophe Morin, Patrick Renvoise
Wiley, 2018

Passion requires energy and excitement and is draining and perhaps even stressful to maintain throughout a long-term relationship.

“Close Encounters: Communication in Relationships” by Laura K. Guerrero, Peter A. Andersen, Ph.D., Walid A. Afifi
from Close Encounters: Communication in Relationships
by Laura K. Guerrero, Peter A. Andersen, Ph.D., Walid A. Afifi
SAGE Publications, 2007

You can spark each other’s passion.

“SignMates: Understanding the Games People Play” by Bernie Ashman
from SignMates: Understanding the Games People Play
by Bernie Ashman
Llewellyn Publications, 2000

But passion should never be the sole criterion for a relationship.

“The Passion Trap: How to Right an Unbalanced Relationship” by Dean C. Delis
from The Passion Trap: How to Right an Unbalanced Relationship
by Dean C. Delis
Wheatmark, Inc., 2015

• Keeping passion alive in the relationship.

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Springer International Publishing, 2016

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