They don't - a couple cannot be a(lone - IE in a singular situation, flying solo). A couple will always have each other for company. They could feel isolated though.
Why do people sitting at a bar drinking suffer from loneliness? It is internal and has nothing to do with the people around you.
Daily life,keeps people busy.The relationship seems to get put on hold.Alot of couples experiance this,and become distant and resentful.Communication also breaks down as well,so there is the feeling of emotional abandonment.This is the real reason people cheat.They are lonly and seeking love and understanding of what they are going through.It is unhealthy to remain this way.Couples must see the sighns early and take steps to get closer before everythging falls apart.Romance should never stop neither should dating each other.Thats what keeps that spark.Showing appreciation for each other and saying I love you also keeps the heart from seeking love from other sources.We don't FORGET to eat or breath,We should REALIZE the importance of loving the one we are with.
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