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What do you do when the pizazz has gone out of your marriage?

6 doctors weighed in
Dr. Arthur Ciaramicoli
Clinical Psychology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Marital Happiness

Be honest with your dissapointment, try to be open to feedback and if you both can't break through consider marital therapy, which can be very helpful to work through impassess.
Best.

In brief: Marital Happiness

Be honest with your dissapointment, try to be open to feedback and if you both can't break through consider marital therapy, which can be very helpful to work through impassess.
Best.
Dr. Arthur Ciaramicoli
Dr. Arthur Ciaramicoli
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Dr. Grace Ho
Clinical Psychology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Time to review......

When you feel this way, the chances are your partner feels exactly the same.
Bring this up in a casual, non-threatening conversation, when you both feel relaxed and can listen to each other. Open a dialog about how you both feel recently about the way you interact and bounce back ideas of ways to rekindle the romance in your relationship. Good luck.

In brief: Time to review......

When you feel this way, the chances are your partner feels exactly the same.
Bring this up in a casual, non-threatening conversation, when you both feel relaxed and can listen to each other. Open a dialog about how you both feel recently about the way you interact and bounce back ideas of ways to rekindle the romance in your relationship. Good luck.
Dr. Grace Ho
Dr. Grace Ho
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Dr. Sherry Broadwell
Clinical Psychology

In brief: Story of Us

The newness of love naturally diminishes over time, especially as effort wanes, which is typical of many couples.
Have an open/non-threatening discussion about ways to restore energy and excitement that came easily when you were just beginning. Creating situations, especially novel and challenging activities, where you can reveal new aspects of yourselves to one another, often helps reinvigorate

In brief: Story of Us

The newness of love naturally diminishes over time, especially as effort wanes, which is typical of many couples.
Have an open/non-threatening discussion about ways to restore energy and excitement that came easily when you were just beginning. Creating situations, especially novel and challenging activities, where you can reveal new aspects of yourselves to one another, often helps reinvigorate
Dr. Sherry Broadwell
Dr. Sherry Broadwell
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