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Suddenly, a Saturday night becomes more about Netflix bingeing than wining and dining, and when the lights go off, you’re already half asleep.
So often, if you open up a conversation and try a few new things, you can reinvigorate your sex life and find a way to please both of you.
I think there's a lack of understanding, or even awareness, around couples counseling, so here are four other things this research can teach us.
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And we all know that a relationship should be a partnership of equals, but how do we know when there’s a power imbalance?
First, there's the sense of the unknown and the lack of experience with this person — but it's also the fact that what works with one partner doesn't always translate into another.
Even great relationships can become complacent or stagnant if you don't put in the work, so putting some effort into finding ways to improve your relationship can be so important for making it in the long haul.