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12 Ways To Reignite Passion In A Relationship Or Wedding

Updated on November 22, 2017
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Ashi is a lifestyle and relationship writer. Ashi writes about love and relationship advice, wedding tip & tricks and romantic date ideas.

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When you lose the passion in a relationship, it's not because both of you don't have time for each other. Almost always, it is because both of you aren't having a good time together! All romance and relationships begin with a bang, when partners know exactly what it takes to satisfy their lover and keep love alive.

Bringing this passion once again into the relationship can be a lot of fun, but it takes some time and persistence. However, I can guarantee with each step you will feel closer and more invigorated than ever before.

Follow these steps, one at a time and when you get to the last step, you won't just revive the fire in your romance, both of you will feel totally charmed by each other once more.

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You should share a warm hug. It is very easy to get busy in a daily routine and not to have time to hold a hand or hug your partner. However, these little acts of love will help in keeping the closeness alive.

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You should keep aside a few hours for each other. Each huge change begins in little ways, and this is one such beginning. The primary thing you have to do is to figure out how to set aside a few hours for each other. It's not about sleeping together or staying together, but rather about bonding together or sharing something that is entertaining. Keep a couple of hours spare every week or on the weekend, perhaps on a Sunday evening, to do something that both of you love, such as a walk in a garden, watching a movie or just cuddling in bed.

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You should be frank with your partner. Genuine closeness is about giving somebody a chance to come close to you emotionally and for you to also bond with your partner. If you keep things from your companion or tell them something evasive, even with the best intention, that lie damages your relationship. Radical genuineness is strong. You toss your cards on the table to respect your identity and request what you truly need. Ever see how after an honest and deep discussion with your partner, you can't keep your palms off each other? Give your partner a chance to see you closely. Share all the truths and facts even though it terrifies you.

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You should engage in new and adventurous activities with your partner. To re-ignite your relationship, you need to copy what you did when you initially began dating. One approach to do that is by indulging in a new activity with your partner. This empowers you to re-experience the emotion you had at the start of your relationship. You start something new which might create enthusiasm within you and your partner. You can do anything - salsa dancing, hiking a mountain, deep-sea fishing or eating at a newly opened restaurant.

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You should send handwritten love letters. These days, letters might be a relic of the past, however you can still express your feelings through email or text or a WhatsApp to keep things alive. If you don't know what to write, simply write 'How's your day unfolding? Come home soon’, ‘missing you badly’ or ‘I am waiting for your warm tight hug’.

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Always try to not bring your stresses into bed. For example, try not to bring your reading material or gadgets into bed. This is the one of the greatest mistakes couples make. When you enter step three, make a habit of getting into bed without any diversions and simply rest together, even though it appears clumsy or boring because there are many things you would rather do. You might not have an excessive number of things to discuss at first, but as a couple of nights pass, both of you may begin discussing things with each other and talking in an improved manner.

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You should have enough quality time separately. Even though you're a couple, you require time and space to seek the things which sustain you as a person. If you aren't being genuine to yourself, you are less alluring to your partner. It can be simple to give up your more profound need for your relationship, however, the things that provide your soul sustenance and make your heart sing bring you profound satisfaction. When you are renewed, you bring that deliciousness once more into your relationship. It's the watchful balance of closeness and separation that makes for a healthy relationship.

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You should add the element of surprise or mystery. Both surprise or mystery also stimulate the passionate condition of romance. However, it doesn't mean surprising your husband with thousand-dollar tickets to the Super Bowl or whisking your wife away to the Mediterranean. Here, little movements also go a long way. You can surprise your spouse at work and whisk him/her away for lunch or send a flower bouquet to his/her house.

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You should be unpredictable in your relationship. Repetitiveness tends to set into relationships after a while. Beat the odds by being unpredictable and mysterious from time to time. While it is critical to be reliable, a bit of magic can help reproduce the missing romance in a relationship.

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You should go on a short getaway or vacation. The initial couple of steps would bring both of you closer together and bond better. Now, it's a great opportunity to roll out a greater improvement. Take off on a weekend getaway or a vacation. However, do not plan anything romantic at this time. Keep in mind, there may be an uncomfortable feeling at the back of your mind, since you're doing this not on the grounds that you feel like it, but rather because you need to re-ignite the romance in your relationship. So, don't put excessive pressure on trying to focus on romance. Plan a fun excursion to a beach where you can party throughout the night, meet new and energizing people together and have a fabulous time. When you have a great time together, romance will discover a route once again into your lives.

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Ask yourself - when was the last time you got cozy? When being intimate, asking each other fun and romantic questions is an incredible way to open new discussions and become acquainted with each other better. On a lazy Sunday, lie down on the couch or in bed, and ask each other intimate and revealing questions. Utilizing these questions will enable both of you to feel a lot closer and it will revive the sexual energy in the relationship.

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A sensual romantic relationship needs a decent dose of affection and sex. So attempt to bring the sizzle back in your relationship. You can experiment by attempting a couple of naughty and wild things in the bedroom that both of you haven't attempted before. However, if both of you don't feel exceptionally comfortable in each other's company at this time, don't drive sex into the relationship. It will never work. It might simply lead to unpleasant sex or a limp part. Rather, create situations where you can turn your partner on and sex will happen normally.

It might appear like a little bit of effort, however try these steps to re-ignite the lost fire in your relationship. It'll definitely improve your life, and get both of you closer within no time.

© 2017 Ashi

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      Ashi 4 months ago

      @dashingscorpio,

      I totally agree with your view, I really appreciate your comment.

      Thank you so much for sharing your view on my article.

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      dashingscorpio 4 months ago

      I believe the key is having (both people) wanting to rekindle the spark. It's impossible for (one person) to keep the magic alive.

      It's not as if one morning a couple woke up and looked at each other and said together: "Let's stop having sex & being romantic!"

      Truth be told it was most likely (one person) who initiated the death of passion in the relationship. They rejected their mate or made it known enough times they were not in the mood that he or she "adapted" and eventually gave up pursuing the issue.

      Unless romance and passion are important to {both people} it's probably unlikely that it will return to the relationship/marriage.

      It's easier to maintain a fire than it is to reignite a spark!