The Myth Of Happily Ever After


How long does that "honeymoon phase" really last?

The takeaway? Don't panic if the thrill is gone—it's normal! Instead, go chase the thrill yourself. Invite your partner to take a dance class, go snowboarding together, make a date to go bungee jumping, throw snakes at each other (just kidding, don't do that)…the possibilities are endless.

Do you agree that passion starts fading after two years of marriage? Does it come back? What do YOU do to keep that newlywed bliss in your relationship? Tell us in the comments!

By Diana Vilibert, Care2 Healthy Living

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