You shouldn’t have to worry, wonder or struggle to find the right answers.
You should just feel right, no challenge whatsoever.
If you're feeling stuck in a relationship rut, a little extra spice may be just what you and your significant other need.
Once the honeymoon phase passes, it's easy for the initial spark to flicker and fade a bit, but there are plenty of ways to keep the romance alive and kicking!
You don't have to do the list in order or wait until the beginning of the month to begin — get started doing this sweet stuff now!
Day 1: Sign up for a class together, or learn something new together.
Last week, I asked you guys to help me come up with a list of dating adventures to send myself on to reinvigorate my social, romantic spirit.Okay, so to define what I actually mean when I say challenge, I’m talking about someone you’re completely incompatible with but who you see as a challenge and therefore intriguing. Agreeing to disagree with a partner shows what polar opposites you are from each other, which is not really a good thing.You should agree more than you disagree in a good relationship. If you find yourself in a “challenging” relationship, you probably argue over the smallest, dumbest things.It doesn’t mean that your partner is the one for you because they make you think differently — it means that the relationship is based on the fact that common beliefs and understanding are pretty much non-existent.Here’s why dating someone who “challenges you” is BS: Agreeing to disagree isn’t always a good thing.