How to keep passion alive in the couple? 4 relationship-saving tips
It is said that over time erotic attraction fades and factors such as routine, stress, worries, commitments and fatigue bring with them an irreparable decline in eros: but then how to keep passion alive in the couple?
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Matrimonio.com, part of The Knot Worldwide group and the leading portal for the wedding industry in Italy, asked couples directly.
The important thing, suggested loudly, is not to neglect yourself: imagination, curiosity and knowing how to play are all tricks to keep desire and the relationship alive.
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But what does this translate into in practice? What are the most popular ploys to keep the relationship flame alive? Here are the four most voted on by the community.
4 tricks to keep passion alive in the couple
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Learn to apologize
Isn’t that the most beautiful love sentence you can hear? Starting over after an argument is not always easy, arguments in a relationship are inevitable, and finding the strength to take the first step is often complicated. Apologizing is synonymous with intelligence and maturity–and it’s also very sexy!
Devote time to cuddling
Sexuality is linked to tenderness so it is very important to devote time to cuddles, hugs, caresses, romantic gestures and phrases. Teresa, a bride-to-be from Matrimonio.com, states, We use the 4 min hug rule at least once a day! I must say it works.
Never go to bed angry
It may sound like a platitude but it’s not at all: saying goodnight with a kiss instead of having your back before falling asleep has a powerful and positive effect on the relationship.
Give yourself a fixed appointment
Never stop courting and find a time to devote yourself exclusively to each other: it is essential to carve out quality time together, setting an appointment every two weeks, every month, every two months… whatever you prefer, as long as it is established and, most importantly, respected.