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    Hey all feels a bit weird posting a problem on here but oh well here goes

    I've been in a relationship now for two months, it's the longest-lasting relationship I've had. Its been great and recently after three weeks apart due to holidays we got back together and I realised the "spark's" fizzled out a bit between us and I'm feeling a bit down... but don't get me wrong I still really like her!

    I was just wondering if you guys know what I mean... and what do you think would be a good way to make things as exciting as when we first got together?

    There's no real issue in the relationship, occasionally I feel as though she isn't too enthusiastic about it but I've had to pick to come up with that.

    Thanks in advance
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    You're getting bored after 2 months?
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    If the buzz is already gone that doesnt bode well. But are you perhaps just talking about the initial excitement of dating being taken over by the different feelings of being in a relationship?
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    It's possible pendragon! Being in a relationship this long is a bit new to me so I wouldnt know how feelings change...

    BhArJ, I wouldn't say I'm bored just seem to be stuck in a rut!

    When I say she doesn't seem enthusiastic... it mainly seems to be in texting/MSN etc. Maybe feelings just don't communicate too well via those methods :P In person it's usually different.
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    Maybe neither of you are both ready for this yet
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    well i assumed u were a girl so i was going to suggest wearing suspenders
    i know alot of ppl who like the chase and not the relationsip. i cant imagine being bored after months. see how it goes dont force anything. try and do something different to your routine to spice things shake things up
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    I was in a relationship for almost 2 years like that! The spark fizzled out to the point where it felt like an effort to go and see her. T'is not good, wish I'd ended it sooner than later as I think it was (and still is) painful for her.
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    (Original post by jonas123)
    I was in a relationship for almost 2 years like that! The spark fizzled out to the point where it felt like an effort to go and see her. T'is not good, wish I'd ended it sooner than later as I think it was (and still is) painful for her.


    Yeah, that is the clearest sign you need to end it you can get.. apart from finding her in bed with three of your best mates.
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    If the spark has gone after 2 months (and being separate for 3 weeks of that), then I don't see much of a future. I've been with my girlfriend for 18 months now, and it is true that after a year and a bit things changed and it wasn't as 'exciting' - but the relationship matured and grew with that. Somehow I doubt that that is what has happened after (essentially) 5 weeks together. Maybe you just aren't right for each other?
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    (Original post by kizer)
    Yeah, that is the clearest sign you need to end it you can get.. apart from finding her in bed with three of your best mates.
    Yeah...sorry about that, we are all very drunk
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    ^^ No problem, I just went and did your mum after that anyway.

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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hey all feels a bit weird posting a problem on here but oh well here goes

    I've been in a relationship now for two months, it's the longest-lasting relationship I've had. Its been great and recently after three weeks apart due to holidays we got back together and I realised the "spark's" fizzled out a bit between us and I'm feeling a bit down... but don't get me wrong I still really like her!

    I was just wondering if you guys know what I mean... and what do you think would be a good way to make things as exciting as when we first got together?

    There's no real issue in the relationship, occasionally I feel as though she isn't too enthusiastic about it but I've had to pick to come up with that.

    Thanks in advance
    Why not just do something that you, both want to do thats exciting for you both.
 
 
 
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