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May 10, 2015

How To Rekindle Passion in Your Relationship

In this video Dr. Pat Love talks about why modern relationships are so difficult and what you can do to keep the passion and love alive.

Why We Love the New

When you first get together everything is new and different.  The human brain is actually programmed to wake up to novelty. Nature wants us to pay attention to new things long enough to determine whether it is friend or foe, so we are actually programmed to take an interest in the new.  That’s why a new shirt looks better than an old one even it was more expensive and fits you better.

Wake up Your Brain

Doing what you’re doing no matter how good it is eventually will become commonplace.  If you long for that in love feeling you have to do something different.  You have to wake up the brain and insert some novelty.  Get your partner’s interest with something new.  It doesn’t have to be expensive or big.  Even little things can have a great impact if they are new and fresh.

Modern Relationships are Hard

Relationships are difficult in this day and age to maintain. Expectations for love are higher. Stress is higher. Temptations are higher. For the first time in human history unmarried people are spending an inordinate amount of time together.  Married men and women are now mingling for the first time with other people to whom they are not married or related to.  To create more passion come up with an activity together that you look forward to, causes you to lose track of time, challenges you, gives you energy and is congruent.

Modern relationships are difficult because we are living in a time where expectations are higher, stress is higher, and temptations are higher.  If your relationship has lost passion, rekindle it by adding something new to the mix.  It is in our nature to be intrigued and excited by something new.  Wake up your brain and your relationship by inserting some novelty.  It doesn’t have to be anything major.  Look for an activity you both love and get excited about.  Make it something where the two of you can lose track of time together in a way that challenges and gives you energy.

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