Tribunepoint Weekly says that we need two things in relationships: stability — knowing your partner has your back, and desire.
Unfortunately, stability kills desire. Conversely, what creates desire? Risk.
In the beginning of a relationship, we have plenty of risk. What if you get your heart broken, what if the other person doesn’t like you as much as you like them? Is this the one? Are you wasting your time?
There is the thrill of the chase in the beginning stages of romance. It’s exciting and creates the butterflies, the intoxicating feeling of love. Love conquers all.
This new love high usually lasts 1to 2 years and then we settle in and become comfortable in the stability of the relationship.
While the stability is important and imperative to the success of a relationship, it’s not very exciting. We have a home to take care of and bills to pay. This isn’t the sexy side of being in relationship. We may not always agree on things which can cause additional stress and strain on the relationship too.
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