Are you ready to spark and rekindle that flame that you had once before with your partner? Do you think that it has totally disappeared into nothing? Taking the time to rekindle your relationship can prove to be most beneficial for the both of you. I can assure you that after doing this, you will fully ignite the spark within each other to fully satisfy and fix any damage that you may have caused to each other already. Time does heal but rest assured that communication, a set of strategies and techniques will automatically allow you both to ignite the fire within to leave it lasting for quite a long time.
Here are some tips to rekindle your relationship with your lover:
- Reminisce on past memories.
- Take a walk on the beach.
- Take a trip to a new city and spend the weekend there.
- Make more memories with each other.
- Take more vacations, just the two of you. For example, a cruise or a trip to experience new things together and make more memories.
Many times we see our relationships as ones that me hold dear and want to hold on to for the rest of our lives. At times things happen in our relationship that may case couples to go straight into another direction. This usually creates different interests and assumptions about life that the other person may not be experiencing or feeling.
When two pairs of eyes are not pointing in the same direction in a relationship, the opportunity for trouble and differences start to arise from it altogether. This is why trying to rekindle your relationship each day can help in providing a more satisfying level of intimacy and togetherness that you can only experience with someone that you truly love.
Rekindle your relationship now before you lose grasp of it and don’t know what else to do to save it. I assure you that you can indeed fix any damaged relationship and make it even better the next time around.
Get back the person you love. Yes, you can make your loved one fall in love with you again. Learn more about the magic of making up so that you can effectively rekindle your relationship with the one that you love the most.
I Love You But I’m Not In Love With You!
Have you ever told your partner or spouse, “I love you, but I’m not IN LOVE with you?” What do you think this means?
A person who says, “I love you, but I’m not IN LOVE with you,” has made a distinction between 2 feelings that are different. But NEITHER of these feelings are love at all!
When a your spouse or partner says, “I love you, but I’m not IN LOVE with you,” there are simply saying that I CARE about you but I’m not that EXCITED about you.
CARING about someone is a great thing. It is a reflection of CONCERN. But it is quite different than love itself. It’s like saying you care about the hungry children in Africa, but I don’t love them.
Actually, being EXCITED about someone is also a great thing. But it’s also different than love. You might be excited to have a relationship with a Hollywood star or the President of the United States, but that doesn’t mean that you love them.
Someone who says, “I love you, but I’m not IN LOVE with you” is making a distinction between “different kinds of loves;” in fact, they are really expressing their confusion about what love really is or means to them. This is why they’re having problems in their marriage and maybe even an affair (because to tell you the truth, who are they really IN LOVE with?).
Love is something we articulate to ourselves in the vocabulary of expressed ACTION. Love is a verb. Love is not a feeling you get from another PERSON, it is an experience that you receive as a result of the DEEDS THAT YOU DO for someone else.
Did you know that those deeds are not a secret what so ever? To clarify this, love is NOT a mystery! There are specific things you can do with your spouse or partner to solve any problems and build love and trust in your marriage.
Just as there are many physical laws of the universe, “like gravity”, there are also laws for relationships and marriages as well. As there are exercise programs or diets that can actually make you healthier and stronger, certain habits in your marriage WILL make your relationship stronger as well. It’s a direct cause and effect situation. If you understand and apply the laws, the results are always predictable that you can actually “make” love.
Someone will usually say, “I love my spouse, but I’m not IN LOVE with my spouse,” during a private coaching session.
So, asking, “Can you list 5 ways in the past week that you have fully DEMONSTRATED your love for your spouse?”
Usually you will hear a noise on the other end of the phone, partial statements, grunts and gasps for breath, but none of what I hear ever passes for an answer to the question that was asked.
“I love you, but I’m not IN LOVE with you” is a definite cop out. It basically means that you have no clue how to maintain a LONG-TERM relationship, so you are then exiting to get high from another short-term romance.
But, did you know that whoever they’re IN LOVE with now will also eventually hear the same thing? “I love you, but I’m not IN LOVE with you.”
Of course, this is all fine and great, but isn’t your spouse the one that is supposed to hear this?
Do NOT print this email out and give it to them. And do NOT tell them what I said.
Getting your spouse from saying the words, “I love you, but I’m not IN LOVE with you” to “Okay, let’s try and give this relationship another chance, is a task that is most tricky. If this is your dilemma, then it is crucial you handle it most strategically.
One wrong move or false step and your marriage could be over. If you take the correct steps, than you can draw your spouse or partner back in and begin to restore your marriage TOGETHER. So, how is it that you do that?
Learn more about how you can save your relationship and keep it together so that you don’t have to experience the failure of a lost love.