Getting the spark back has to be set in motion by you.
Set an example for your partner by inviting them to do something new with you or encouraging them to look at your relationship differently.
Many relationships run into the muddle that you are currently experiencing.
Everything is too mundane and monotonous in the relationship.
No one cares about making any experience exciting for the reason that they are complacent in their relationships.
This leads to arguments and disappointment in the relationship.
You don’t have to get to this extremity.
To get the spark back in your relationship, take more chances.
Do something together that you have never done.
Experience something fresh and new.
Apply this to any facet of your relationship.
Where there is a tendency to go to the same place to hang out and socialize, go somewhere else.
Where there is a habit of hanging out with the same friends, make new ones.
Where there is a proclivity to talk about the same boring topics over and over again, talk about something new.
Get the spark back in your relationship by addressing each other differently when you see each other on a new day.
Change what you call each other.
Go from calling each other generic terms like “Honey” to calling each other more interesting and unique nicknames.
Change your morning routine.
Until now, you wake up at the same time every morning and stumble to the bathroom to prepare for work, how about changing it up?
Wake up a little earlier together and go on a walk or swim together.
This simple task of waking up a little earlier and doing something together makes a world of difference in your relationship.
How about cooking something different for each other in the morning?
Instead of sticking with the same old cereal or scrambled eggs and toast, how about making a ham and cheese omelette roll or making a breakfast casserole?
Yes, something as simple as changing your morning routine gets the spark back in your relationship.
It gives you two something to look forward to.
Something else that works in getting the spark back in a relationship is to work on growing as individuals.
This means you aren’t afraid to give each other space.
Many couples think that being in a relationship means they have to be together at all times.
When they are together and do the same mundane activities, they never give themselves the space to grow as individuals.
Being a unique and dynamic individual in a relationship matters.
When you encourage each other to take the time out to pursue your own individual passions or hobbies, it gives the two of you something new to talk about and infuses energy into your relationship.
As a pair, feeling like you are growing as individuals is infectious.
It creates a new outlet and your relationship breathes.
When your relationship breathes, it survives.
It has new life.
You are curious about each other and want to learn more about what the other person is doing.
This creates a spark that stays alive for a long time as long as you continue giving yourselves the room to grow as unique individuals.
The relationship is now healthily unpredictable, as you are enlightened about something you never knew in your partner’s character on a frequent basis.