HotDate said on
It is true that often after marriage love life changes and main reason is because people take their partners for granted and everyday life kills romantic. That is statistic. You may keep your love life hot even after marriage as long as you pay attention on small gestures of attention, kiss with passion and share a bed :)
LANE64 said on
Many times people joke about how different married life is than what they’d imagined, but stories about the love affair being over are, in most cases, just exaggerations. The truth is that what we’ve grown to expect from romance is based largely on fairy tales and Hollywood, neither of which gives us a trustworthy account of what it means to live happily ever after. The reality of marriage is that there’s no such thing as happy forever. Each day will bring with it new challenges and opportunities. To be successful in marriage, a couple must learn how to face life as a team.
Honorable said on
It's all individual as it's written above. A man needs to know he is your number one and as long as you asure him in his perficiency, he shall be all yours. A woman needs to be loved, taken care for, hugged, kissed, noticed, understood.. most of all to be treated like a lady :) At the moment you take her as granted you lose her.
lifewanderer said on
It's only true if the married couple does not want to put in the effort required to make the relationship work and find it easier to partake in other relationships instead. Often, marriages that do not start out with both parties loving each other from the beginning can also lead to such situations. Examples are arranged or forced marriages or marriage for mutual benefit in terms of finance, social standing or citizenship.
yosemitefaerie said on
This isn't true at all! In fact, if the couple is in love and committed to each other, then it can only deepen. Granted, there will be some obstacles that might seem like really huge hurdles, and they may come in wave after wave never-ending. But if both of you stay committed to each other, then there would be no reason to seek other relationships.
FreshDate said on
It is a fact, yes, when partners start taking each other for granted love life is over. No one is trying to please the other, to make him/her feel good. Man's hunting instinct is not teased and his wife is not attractive for him any more.. It is not necesary to happen with your love life also, just choose your partner each day :)
Lee1979 said on
We are in a 49 year old marriage and still are really into each other, and approach sex with the same intensity as when we were younger. We have always done a lot of things together and kept our selves fit and healthy and certainly controlled our weight. I guess the most important thing is we were good friends before we married. Of course we have had bad patches but our friendship and willingness to talk about issues in a civilised manner has helped us through.