on Nov 01, 2010 @ 12:38 pm|
What are your tricks to bring back (or keep!) the excitement and romance in your relationship?
Do you guys ever go through that period in your relationship where talking to the guy feels like pulling teeth? It's hard getting him to talk, and it feels like you're maintaining the conversations all by yourself? Because of this you feel that talking to the person is getting to be BORING?
What do you do when in that situation? How do you bring the spice and romance back to your relationship?
I'm sitting at work..umm not doing much work i guess... thinking about what ifs and thought this would be a fun topic on CA!
|Hmm on Nov 01, 2010 @ 03:26 pm|
Yeah, have been through that before where I'd be on the hone with my ex, and either I'd be the only one talking, or we'd just be sitting there in silence...
My theory is that you guys should try sharing intense experiences together, like bungee jumping or something that'll get your blood flowing. Exciting activities usually make people more upbeat and sharing different experiences can help you guys discover different sides of each other.
Or try to find what his interests are and learn more about it so you guys can talk about it. But it's important not to go overboard with that, because depending on your guy, most want some space, and hobbies/activities that they can call their own.
Or even just doing something special like dressing up and going somewhere fancy like it's your first date or something :)
But yes... It's easy for relationships to bubble down sometimes when you think you already know everything about each other, so you're not alone! Although it's important to discern whether or not this issue arose out of incompatibility (if you're dating) or it's just a blip.
|yay sky diving!! on Nov 02, 2010 @ 04:33 pm|
I've always wanted to try that!! We're not at the bored stage yet but I can totally see how or why it would happen to a couple...
I think doing something exciting together is a great way to bring the fizzle back!! Hmmmmm I always did want to sky dive! ;-)
My personal favourite is to watch a really good movie together an then discuss the characters / events as if they're real. I know not as exciting as sky diving or bungee jumping but oh well
|Fun Dates on Nov 03, 2010 @ 02:35 pm|
Just try new things together! Skydiving is definitely something you will have lots to talk about after (not that I'd ever try!) but it doesn't have to be anything extreme!
Try new foods, take a course in something that interests you both, go some place that neither of you have gone before.