We all know that often, over time, intimacy fades between a couple. Passion begins to disappear. In some cases the feeling of union and affection can be transformed into bitterness and resentment. Obviously, no one wants this to happen in their relationship. Learn more with our blog and welcome to our random gay chat.
You can work on communication skills, but until the connection between the two is resolved, the relationship problems are likely to worsen. But how to increase that sense of connection with your partner? In the first place, we must forget and put aside all fixations we have on any specific aspect of the relationship, at least for now. That can wait. In the first instance we must carry out only what helps to increase and reinforce a more intimate sense of connection between us and our partner.
Here are seven ways to start reconnecting with your partner:
1. Say thank you for something every day, personally
Show your partner how much you appreciate and value their actions. There are countless small ways to do this. You could start with something as simple and sincere as "I thank you for making me the coffee. Thank you."
2. Give your full attention, at least once a day
Without watching TV, mobile or Facebook ... Leave what you are doing when your partner wants to talk to you and focus all your attention (and interest) on her, making a complete eye contact.
3. Be the first to apologize if you have discussed
Saying "I'm sorry" is not easy, especially if you feel wronged, but you can say, "I want you to know that I feel it and that I love you." There is no reason to continue an endless discussion. With this you have already said what is necessary.
4. Ask for a hug
Tell your partner that you want to hold her just for a moment, even knowing that she could refuse, give you a half hug or say some nonsense. Ask for the hug anyway, as it might create a moment of reconnection.
5. Resurrect your true feelings of love
How it all started? Why are you with your partner? Why do you love this person? How do you want your life to be together? Share this with your partner, speaking from your heart, without asking what you think or asking for an answer.
6. Show more understanding and consideration for your thoughts
A little kindness is very beneficial. You may not have much idea about the stress that your partner has. So, try to understand it and show a little empathy.
7. Clear things up and get your side happier.
Most disagreements and misunderstandings are usually for little things that go out of context. Look at the issues with more perspective, find some of what you laugh together and let some fun help to ease the tension. Grudges lead nowhere. When we focus on affection, bonding, sincere concern for each other, physical contact and appreciation for our partner, it is possible to repair almost any kind of relationship. Good communication skills are valuable, but only once the connection between them is truly healthy.