It’s early evening, daylight is slowly fading out. My hubby and I are standing in…
Recently I learned a very important lesson in life… If you think that nobody sees you and nobody pays attention to you, look up and you might see a lot of eyes looking at you… If you look down at the floor you might not know that people are looking at you and you might think that you are very lonely when, in fact, you are surrounded by people who love you.
It also happens with the relationship in general. How many times we feel that our partners don’t pay attention ot us, that the distance is growing wider and “the temperature” of relationships is cooling off? We usually think it’s something that the other person is doing instead of looking at our own contribution to the situation.
Ask yourself: what are you doing, how are you behaving to cause this distance and cooling off?
What can you do to turn to your partner and bridge that gap?