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When Does A Relationship Get Boring?

if you allow it.


Like many other things in life, relationships paradoxically satisfy several of the six basic human wants.


They specifically satisfy your needs for:


▪︎Certainty


▪︎Variety


▪︎Connection


The issue is this though:


Your relationship will become monotonous and predictable if you have too much assurance (comfort), which will no longer satisfy your need for diversity and may even fail to satisfy your need for connection.


Your relationship will swiftly devolve into a toxic, infidelity-filled nightmare if there is too little stability and too much diversity (i.e., your spouse is erratic and unpredictable and you aren't sure that they will actually be there for you).


The key is to satisfy both of your needs for diversity and certainty in a single partnership.


But how exactly do you do that?


glad you inquired!


1. To prevent relationship boredom, add variety to other areas of your life.

It might not be the partnership itself if you're starting to get bored in your relationship.


It's possible that everything in your life has stopped moving forward and has grown monotonous.


You can therefore satisfy this demand for variety in other aspects of your life rather than attempting to do so with unethical relationships or other activities.


Together, start a side business and build your own little enterprise.


Go on a trip together or change your entire location.


Start an enjoyable workout regimen with your partner.


Take up dancing together.


Join together and form a band to perform at open mic nights.


Create a dynamic existence together by injecting as much passion and aliveness into your relationship as you can... It will prevent relationship ennui, I swear.


2. Increase the distance between you and your partner.

No…

Not that you and your partner should quit seeing each other every day or live together, move into different places, or stop seeing one other.


Simply put, I'm saying that you should give your relationship a good dose of "Alone Time."


A major contributor to relationship boredom is seeing each other too frequently.


You want to make sure that your partner doesn't become boring from being around you all the time. (This is crucial if you both work from home, share a home, or otherwise don't have a distinct separation during the day.)


Having "Me Time" at least once a week is the simplest option. Go out on your own, take a trip in the woods by yourself, spend the day at your preferred coffee shop, or get in touch with old pals.


You'll be more eager to share life with your partner the more time you spend living your own life.


No matter how much you like your partner, never underestimate the value of having time to yourself in a relationship.


3. Make a date night mandatory, and make sure it never repeats Date nights are great.


However, if your date night routine consists of visiting the same uninteresting restaurant, ordering the same old dull dishes, and engaging in the same old monotonous talks, you'll grow bored with your date.


How then may this be fixed?


By planning a weekly date night that is always different.


Attend a posh rooftop bar one week, a swing dancing class the following, and a hike through a "haunted" forest the week after that.


Every time you go out, try something new with your partner to keep things interesting for both of you and your relationship.


4. Undertake a Special Task Together

Get out of your comfort zone and take on a novel challenge as one of the best methods to increase the passion and excitement in your relationship.


Do something fun and exciting together, whether it's a Spartan Race, a marathon, competing in a local physique contest, or climbing the biggest peak in your neighborhood.


Not because the relationship itself is monotonous, but rather because both you and your partner have evolved into uninteresting individuals.


Just stating the obvious.


You will become bored if you don't regularly step outside of your comfort zone and try new things, both by yourself and with others.


You will have a more intriguing relationship if you are an interesting person.


5. Recognize that Connection Boredom is a given

You're going to grow tired of each other if you're trying to stay together "till death do you part."


It's merely a component of the game. It's the cost of having close relationships, loyalty, and intense closeness.


Don't give in to it, but also don't fight it.


Boredom can occasionally be just what you need to reignite the flame and revive the lust and thrill you first experienced.


Hope this is helpful.


Keep Your Ground,


FranklySpeakingwithJeremiah


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