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How To Rekindle Love In Your Relationship

By Dr. George Karanastasis

How To Rekindle LoveStarting a new relationship with the right person can result in a “high” that no drug can match (natural or synthetic).

It is in this first of six stages of a relationship (the one I call the ‘Honeymoon’) that we feel ourselves to be “in love”.

But just like all good things come to an end, this too comes to pass. That love, or to be more correct, infatuation, gives way to reality and the relationship typically slides into its later stages and oftentimes gets stale.

At the point many of us will seek out someone new in order to re-experience the high of the Honeymoon. On the other hand, some will stick it out and go on to experience a different kind of love… a true love that exists on a whole new emotional level.

And if you’ve happened to reach this point in your own relationship and are weighing your options (i.e. to stay or go) then you should have a read-through Jennifer’s article at the Art of Intimacy.

She gives some simple (yet sound) advice on rekindling the love in your relationship. Out of all her tips, this one is my favorite: “enjoy thrilling times together”. Because that’s what relationships are all about… creating unforgettable memories that build an unbreakable bond between you and your partner.

That, and a connection that no one else can come between…

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One Response to “How To Rekindle Love In Your Relationship”

  1. Lewis Says:
    October 14th, 2009 at 4:42 pm

    Well, I’m pretty old-fashioned and started writing on a typewriter. I have found that some things that might sound awkward when spoken can be deeply moving when written and read. Lately, I have taken to sending love notes to her through cell texts and it has definitely warmed her heart. (Welcome to the 21st century old man!)

    BTW, we’re married over 20 years with 3 kids and a grand.

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