Are You Sucking the Passion Out of Your Relationships?

Psychics and clairvoyants are asked many times about dating and relationships when people call or email them for a psychic reading. Astrologers, Tarot readers and Palm readers find themselves answering similar questions about a persons love life and relationships, and horoscopes and star signs focus strongly on aspects such as which star sign best suits your own, as well as the good and bad points of your Zodiac sign. You will find the information below very insightful and useful about concerns that you may have in these area’s.

Since a good relationship is the main focus of your life, when you’re not in a romantic relationship, you’re probably looking for one. But when you do find love, it can be surprisingly easy to ruin a perfectly good relationship. You may not even be aware that you’re doing it. You may think that you’re doing everything right to keep your relationship healthy and strong. But when your partner  sits down across from you at dinner with that look on his or her face, it can often come as a total surprise.

If you’ve been single for a while or just aren’t used to committed, long-term relationships, the way that you behave as a single person may seem very natural and healthy to you, but if you keep this approach and attitude up it can be poison in relationships. So to keep your relationship running strong, you need to know what you may be doing that might be ruining it instead.

Just because you’re in a relationship doesn’t mean that you’re now joined at the hip or that you no longer have any need for time on your own. In fact, it’s more important that you both get some alone time than it was before you started dating. There is no better way to suck the passion out of a romance than to squeeze every single ounce of togetherness you can out of life.

Its like two small rodents a cage; eventually they end up trying to kill each other. All of those petty little irritations and annoyances have a way of building up over time; if you don’t have some sort of a release, you can quickly find that your love has been replaced by bitterness and resentment for smothering the life you used to have.

You need space, emotional as much as physical, to let your frustrations ease and keep your own identity to some degree. A brief escape from all that togetherness, whether it’s physically going somewhere else or taking a couple hours to zone out in front of the computer without being disturbed, can make all the difference between feeling as though you’ve got your beloved around you 24/7 and remembering that you’re actually in love even though they can annoy the hell out of you sometimes.

Don’t treat your partner like a roommate either. You’re then acting as though the relationship can sustain itself without any active input from you while you’re busy focusing on your interests and plans. The problem, of course, is that you’re living like you’re single again when you’re not. You’re part of a partnership now and that means that you can’t just do your own thing without considering your partner.

It’s an easy pattern to fall in to. After the courtship, when you’re on your best behavior because you’re trying to earn respect and love from your partner, and the honeymoon period fades and you’re left with reality, and the reality is that relationships take work. It’s about sharing responsibilities to each other. It’s about taking your partner into consideration even when it’s doing minor things like making plans for after work.

It can be frustrating, we’ve spent most of our lives only really having to be responsible for ourselves and it can be difficult to make the transition, but it’s the price of entry to having a healthy, loving and mature a relationship. There has to be a balance between having your space and being willing to put aside your own wants for the good of both of you.

Men are especially vulnerable to this behavior; the idea of relationships as some sort of prison. And there are plenty of reminders from others about marriage being like a ball and chain, or having to always ask permission whenever you want to see or go out with friends.

Having to check with your other half before making plans isn’t about having to get permission from your parole officer or hoping that your partner will get jealous and try to spoil your fun. It’s about courtesy and remembering that you’re not living in a vacuum anymore. You’re part of team now and that means that your decisions affect both of you, even if it seems like that shouldn’t be the case.

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