When you’re in a long-term relationship, you may find yourself feeling disconnected from your partner. Feeling like you have lost the spark. Wondering what you could do to get your relationship back on track.
This idea that once we find “the one”, we settle down, maybe get married. Life becomes the happily ever after fairy tale with a happy ending we’ve heard about (due to our hours spent in front of Disney princess DVDs).
Spoiler alert: WRONG.
Sorry, it’s just not the way it works. This trope sets us up for failure.
Relationships are work.
That means Long Term Relationships are a lot of work over an extended period of time. Where do we get the information about this to do it effectively? I have a little bit for you here right now.
My friend Kait of passionbykait put together this article on how to keep the romance alive. Click on the link to read what my tip was.
Head to the article and check out the 8 ideas. Which one will you try tonight?
More help to get your relationship back on track
The tip I shared is one I work on with clients as well to get their relationships back on track. Coaching with me is like working in a relationship lab where we mix in some fun, relationship-type exercises among other things. To set up a virtual coffee date with me and learn more, click here to begin.
If 1:1 coaching isn’t your jam, then maybe this is – it’s one of the homework assignments I’ve given to some of my clients. This mini-course is available on my website (going on sale with special, never before available bonuses, on October 25, 2021. Mark your calendar!). I almost hesitate to offer this because one set of clients didn’t need to work with me anymore after going through this. 😱 If you want a tool that helps you to get clear on what you want and to learn how to discuss those desires with a partner (or partners), then the Sex Life Reset is for you!
These are just a couple of the ways I work with clients to get your relationship back on track. Intrigued yet?
p.s. , Comment below – how do YOU get your relationship back on track?