he admitts that he doesnt have the same intense feelings for me but still loves me.Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
I am 19 and have been with my partner, 22, for 4 years, we have been living together for the past year.
We were always close but recently he has been distant. We openly talked about it and he admitts that he doesnt have the same intense feelings for me but still loves me.
we are both willing to fight to get back that spark and have gone on a trial break, sleeping in seperate rooms but neither have gone out with anyone else.
is it possible to revive our flame and any advice on how to get there?
Not all love relationships remain passionate. But they all retain love, trusting, happiness, companionship, paying attention, physical attraction, and much more.
If it is the physical passion that has diminished, we have tips on that subject at: http://www.romanceclass.com/miscr/LoveCat/8723
You can also seek the help of a professional counselor who will have techniques for getting back the passion.
It's not an easy thing to do nor is it necessary depending on the couple, but it is possible.
-- from George
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