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28-Aug-2017 20:37

It might not be an easy thing to admit, but if you've ever felt that way, you're not alone.

It happens to the best of us: we're in a committed relationship for years, then we realize, "meh," the passion just isn't what it used to be.

As Orlando put it more eloquently than me, "Marriage doesn't take 'work' per se, but it does require concerted effort and investment in each other, and in you." I couldn't agree more.

Anyone will tell you there's a difference between love and sex, and the same goes for love and passion.

At one point he asked one date why she stayed with her husband and she said quite frankly, "I love him.""When a man begins dating a woman, he puts in tons of effort; he woos her.

If you want to be "in it to win it," you need to step up your game.She wants to be desired, seduced, and connected with on a regular basis. They start strong, having a decent sense of how to capture a woman at the beginning, but upon entering a relationship they are unprepared for the long haul and investment a successful relationship demands past the dating phase.The situation starts to reek of complacency and satisfaction in mediocrity," says Orlando. I may not be at the stage where I'm searching for passion from another man, but even this early on in my relationship, I can say that marriage takes work.I don't condone cheating, but I don't condemn it either.

I also don't think we should fault a woman whose husband hasn't paid attention to her in years, sexually or otherwise, for cheating.

When we feel ignored or under-appreciated by a spouse, we should communicate our struggles with the spouse and avoid the danger of seeking comfort elsewhere.