We’ve all been there: you’re in an exciting relationship, everything’s going well, and then suddenly… you’re going through a rough patch. You begin to doubt yourself, your partner, and the relationship itself. What if there was a way to fix things without giving up? A recent survey revealed that 77% of people surveyed felt they fell in love with their partner again after trying this one thing. Want to know what it is? Keep reading!
Any couple who’s been together for a long time knows that the initial spark doesn’t last forever. After a few years, it’s common for the relationship to settle into a more comfortable, but sometimes less exciting phase. Several reasons can explain this loss of flame.
One of them is quite simply the passage of time: as you get to know someone, the novelty fades and you begin to see their faults as well as their qualities. It’s also possible that we start to take our partner for granted and stop trying to make them happy. It’s also possible that the demands of work or family life are beginning to take over our relationship, leaving us too tired or stressed to focus on love. Whatever the reasons, it’s important to remember that all couples go through this phase at one point or another. With a little effort, it’s possible to rekindle the spark and fall in love all over again.
One day is enough to rekindle the flame.
A study by scientists at the University of Colorado found that couples who choose a day just for them are more satisfied with their relationship than those who let deadly routine guide them. The study authors believe that time away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life allows couples to focus on each other and rediscover what originally brought them together. Additionally, the relaxation and sense of shared adventure that comes with vacations can help reduce stress levels and increase feelings of intimacy.
To live happily as a couple, 77% say that a trip together is essential to stay connected and close to each other.
A survey of 2,000 adults revealed what Americans consider to be the best way to maintain love in their relationship. 77% of respondents said that a vacation was the best solution, while 42% said that a road trip together reignited the flame of their relationship. The survey also found that 36% of respondents believe sharing new experiences is key to a lasting relationship, while 35% say quality time is essential. When it comes to traveling with a partner, it seems like Americans are looking for ways to spice up their relationship and create new memories together.
Prepare your suitcases and escape!
A romantic getaway can be a great way for couples to reconnect with each other. According to a recent study, couples who travel together are more likely to feel closer to their partner and have a more intimate relationship. There are several reasons why this may be the case. First, a change of scenery can help break the monotony of everyday life. Second, spending time together without distractions can lead to deeper conversations and create opportunities for new shared experiences. Finally, the simple act of planning a vacation can be a bonding experience in itself.
Whether it’s a weekend getaway in a cozy guesthouse or a week-long trip to an exotic locale, taking time just for the two of you can help reconnect you. According to the survey, 4 out of 5 couples who took a romantic getaway said it helped them to catch up and save their relationship that was once in jeopardy. Three-quarters said it helped them communicate better and two-thirds liked each other more. So if you’re looking for a way to rekindle the flame, a getaway might just be what you need.