DON’T PANIC WHEN YOU STOP FEELING THE SPARK
Lass Lass…na for you to receive sense and be calming down as life na poco a poco we gat to take am o…
Every day, I counsel a lot of people who have a great relationship/Marriage (but they are the last to know it) because they’re pacing to & fro in this life looking for the spark they once felt maybe at the beginning of their relationship and because it’s not seeming apparent or doing them “Gish Gish! And their heart is not racing “Kikumm kikumm” like a horse who’s lost control, they think it’s time to walk out of that beautiful partnership #Youneedcane Lol …… and at this rate ehn, e be like say na “Nepa official” una go go eventually marry or date o, maybe hin go dey shock una well well with sparks from hin cable “E shock you? #Punintended
We all want to feel love and feel loved. *But love & excitement are different things* Love, as it grows, deepens, and expands. While the early days of a relationship might involve more fluttery hearts and breathless anticipation, those heartbeats eventually slow down, and you catch your breath once more. The love deepens, but it doesn’t go away.
The key is recognizing the difference. Many people panic when they stop feeling that “spark,” not sensing that it’s been replaced by a more profound, stable, and more lasting version of love and affection. You can always reignite that spark over and over, but there’s no doubt that love changes and grows with us. You don’t have to throw that relationship away because “e no shock u again” Lol REIGNITE IT, Baby!
Problem is, people don’t always want to do the hard work.
We must embrace these changes if we want to experience the depth of a long-lasting relationship.
If we continually search for emotional excitement and novelty (which a lot of us do ), we’ll never get to go the distance with someone, and I believe we’re likely to miss out on the best parts of a romantic partnership.
Sometimes, all you have to do is interrupt the regular programming of your lives and make way for all the butterflies in the zoo to find their way back into your tummy.
There’s nothing wrong with your relationship, marriage, or partnership, you just need more matches…