I think a lot of couples feel out of sorts when they are dealing with their partners. They may be overthinking the details of their relationship and may not know how to make it better. This article is a reminder to make sure the most important thing to you is the one thing you get right.
Making sure that you get to the point of making the relationship work is important in all relationships, but in the modern world of technology and social media there is no such thing as “the one thing you get right.” There are so many things you can do wrong that could hurt your relationship.
The real question is, “How can you make sure that your partner is getting to the point where intimacy is a really important part of their life?” There are lots of ways to do this. You can talk about it and talk about it, or you can just do it. You can send them a simple note when it’s time to tell them how you feel or you can text them during the day.
The only thing I can think of that might be off-putting is being so quick to text or email. But I’ve also heard that not talking about it for so long means that you’re starting to feel like you’re missing out on the intimate moments you used to have. It can sound a bit like a “fake” relationship with no actual chemistry.
No, nothing is wrong with being in a relationship where you communicate through texts or emails. I’ve been in a very long term relationship where I used to text every day and I feel like that was a great way to maintain intimacy with my partner.
I feel like there’s no real need for a lot of this stuff when there are so many other ways to communicate. Texting feels like a very natural way to communicate. For the most part though, if youre not messaging, then you might be spending a lot of time on the computer.
In a relationship where communication means so much, it’s easy to forget why you have a relationship in the first place. Texting is one of the few means we have for keeping in touch with someone, so it can serve as an important way to maintain connection. Texting also lets us share our own emotions, especially our feelings about things that matter in our lives.