Is it an understatement to say that IT'S OVER...?
How do you leave well enough alone, when you need / want each other for whatever reason?
This is the subject of the day, I find myself musing over this topic based on different scenarios.
The first is the need to be a good mate in the ending stages. You work to keep things amicable with one another. If you find that not plausible in your situation, address the case head on and cleanse your environment.
The second is the family values, are you staying because of the kids, the house, the bills & or you feel obligated to one another?
The third is familiarity, you're used to the repetition of certain things in your life. These are things your mate once took care of without hesitation & these are things that you still need secured.
Companionship, if there is feelings plus intimacy involved than the possibilities may show signs of mending down the line. This is due to the fact that there maybe feelings wanting to be rekindled & needs that want to be fulfilled.
The latter side of this scenario that takes place when a relationship has gone SOUR. The freezing up of conversation, no talking about anything that doesn't concern the bills or the kids (depending on your situation). Total absence of sexually drive or desire & the bedroom antics become a thing of the past.
Take into consideration rectifying these things, prior to the negative side steps up and bites you in the ARSE.
70% get married for companionship
Even more disturbing is his finding that sexual activity reduces as income and social status evolve. "Career ambition is one of the prime causes for declining interest levels," says Dr Shekhar Doddamani of the Acupuncture, Sex Therapy and Research Institute of Sexual Medicine.
Relationships are becoming more about companionship than sex. In a survey conducted by the Family Planning Association of India, over 70% cited companionship as the reason for marriage.
All comments are welcome...