Will our romantic mind to the beloved decrease or decline in advanced age?
First of all, let me say that aging is not for the weak, or the ego challenged--it is damn difficult to look daily in the mirror and see the changes and feel the changes.
But after 40 years of marriage, I will tell you that something miraculous takes place. I see the man I married when I was 19, the age falls away, but the intimacy of 40 years stays sharply in the foreground. It is a wonderful thing to be seen by your spouse as that young girl he married.
So I would say there is more of an increase in the romantic mind due to the shared years and experiences we bring to the relationship.
I think it can if you allow it to. Keep up with romance, never let it get old with you.
It has more to do with your personality than with your age, my mum used to tell me when I was young that I will loose my romantic and daydreaming nature with age...it never happened, I believe I love more fully and I am more romantically involved than I was in my childbearing age and before that:)
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