In the beginning of your marriage, you and your husband couldn't keep your hands off each other. It was wedded bliss and the physical attraction between you two was undeniable. Lately, however, you haven't been feeling that same spark. You may wonder, does lust inevitably fade away?
In this video, author, relationship coach and YourTango Expert Charly Emery says it's common for women who have been married for many years to feel this way. It's easy to get caught up in life's daily activites, and, as a result, the fire you once felt for each fades. 3 Questions To Ask Before Dating An Ex-Con
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The solution? "... accept the fact that both of you got caught up in your day-to-day stuff," says Charly, "and be the one that's willing to commit to reinvest so that ... both of you [get] back on track."
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