Once the butterflies in your stomach start to fade, you’re entering a new phase in your relationship where you’re both comfortable being yourselves.
If you aren’t careful, you could get too comfortable and start to lose sight of why you’re in a relationship to begin with.
It doesn’t always have to be a huge blowout that ends things; sometimes it’s a bunch of little things that wouldn’t be a big deal on their own, but take their toll before you even realize it.
Relationships are living, vibrant things that require attention and nurturing every day.
Think of your relationship as a garden: if you only maintain it when you feel like it, you will very quickly have a dead garden.
You have to weed and water and fertilize regularly, sometimes daily. You have to work to maintain it. Your relationship is no different.
Learn how to keep your relationship alive, click here and watch this free video from dating expert, Amy North.