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Love of Marriage or Relationships: Like A Car You May Need a Tune-Up

We all know that there are many stages of Love & Relationships. Sometimes, it can be a good idea to do a "tune up" of your relationship and make sure you are heading in the direction you want to be heading.

Love & Relationships can have all types of possible pitfalls and if you don't keep your eyes, and your mind, open you may miss early warning signs. Missing these signs may make it easy for small, rather insignificant problems to get out of hand.

If these problems are allowed to spiral out of control it may spell the end of your relationship. Many people mistakenly believe that once they get to a certain point in their relationship they are safe from these problems.

Unfortunately, that does not seem to actually be the case. Many couples actually fall apart after they have been together for decades. That can be discouraging news, I know, but knowing that it is possible allows you to be more proactive.

So take this knowledge as a possible early step to protect your relationship. Acknowledge that there is never a time your relationship is invulnerable and that if you want it to work you must be willing to always keep your eyes open for possible pitfalls.

One of the biggest issues is that people will change as they get older, but sometimes, they don't always grow in the same way.

As we grow older and experience various aspects of life, both good and bad, we will change. It is inevitable. The problem is that even a couple who experiences these issues together may come out the other side differently.

So even though both of you are changing based on your experiences, you may not be changing in the exact same way. This can cause problems since it will make it easy for you to grow apart.

This is common and there is no easy fix. The best thing you can do is to talk to your partner honestly, make a point of looking out for these potential problems and try to continue to find things that you can both have in common and love to do together.

While we can't pick and choose what experiences we have in life, we can take steps to make sure those experiences don't cause us and our partner to grow in different ways.

Communication, love and respect are the most important things to keep in mind throughout all aspects of your love life.

To keep your love life full and happy, just remember that you and your honey can work together to make sure you grow in your love life and in your life. It might be a cliche, but you can't control what happens in your life you can only control how you react to them.

Doing all you can to make sure that you both continue to feel the love in your relationship is worth the time and effort. While things can fall apart in relationships,  it does happen, that does not mean that it has to happen to you with your love & relationships.

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counselling said…

before getting married you should seek counselling, its very much important so you would know how to handle different kind of situation that would come along the way..getting married is a different from being boyfriend/girlfriend relationship, its also a long term relationship where you would be having a big family and you would take some responsibilities..

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