According to a new study, the average married couple starts taking each other for granted after three and a half years. Here’s how they (or you) do it….
The study was conducted by the British web site, Female First, so maybe this is a British problem, but if you see yourself in the following lists, oyu may want to kick up the heat.
The first three years of marriage of full of romance, surprises and devotion but after three and half years it all seems to go downhill.
Couples begin to stop making an effort with the simplest of tasks such as eating together, looking nice for one another and having deep conversations.
Here are five ways to know the romance has faded:
#1.) You don’t make an effort to eat dinner together.
#2.) You go to bed at different times.
#3.) You go out with friends more than each other.
#4.) You stop trying to look good for each other. That means women don’t worry about wearing make-up or nice underwear . . . and men wear sweatpants.
#5.) Men don’t worry about closing the door when they go to the bathroom.
Okay, I’ve never worried about that last one, so I guess I took my wife for granted right from day one.