Dating for two and a half years
And the one time I told him about how I felt, how I thought that I feel like he's un-excited about us anymore, he started crying. Remember he's the man in the relationship, and he's the one getting down on one knee to you. Fix the leak in the bathroom he’s been complaining about.
My question to you all is this: Does it seem like the precious element and excitement of being in love has vanished in our relationship? Moreover, how can I talk to my boyfriend about it without him getting angry or tear-ridden? And I feel like a 40 year old trying to savor a marriage. V r getting married next year...n he wants baby itseems so no planning... Wipe up the counter and pick up after yourself like she has been asking.2) We are all kids at heart: Recognize that no matter how grown up your partner seems, they are really a little kid inside.
You tell the same jokes (and laugh at them even though they aren't funny), you watch the same Netflix shows, and you read the same Buzz Feed articles. Nothing exciting going on here, we’re just the old married couple of the group. That’s twice the amount of people who love and care about you, twice the amount of fun, and yes, twice the amount of lectures. After years of dating, they know what to say to comfort you and make things better. There is no one that understands me more than my S.
You bicker about the most minuscule things, you own a pet together, and your friends call you mom and dad. Not only do you get a boyfriend, you also get a whole second family!
Why do so many relationships implode or simply peter out at the two year mark?
One frequently heard though superficial explanation is "I've fallen out of love." Okay, from a biochemical perspective there is some truth to it.
Over the Cray Cray (Credits) You’re done obsessing and feeling insecure about where you stand in each other’s lives.
You’re done thinking about whether they’re thinking about you as much as you’re thinking about them. You know where you stand, and chances are you’ve already discussed the future and are both on the same page about where things are headed. Rocking Your Relationship Cycles (Credits) You’ve cycled through periods of intense working out together, maybe even embarked on a crazy diet plan or two…
In fact, many therapists recommend waiting for two years before making any decisions about marriage.
Just Being You (Credits) It’s more or less all out in the open by now…
you’re no longer holding things in (bodily functions included) and you feel free to express yourselves to each other.
They'd prefer to find someone new and hope this time they can make that blissful state last forever.
Why Quitting Now Might be the Right Idea There's potential value in this impulse.You share your real feelings and secret thoughts, even when this risks displeasing your better half.