When Habit And Duty Have Replaced Affection In Your Long-Term Relationship

If you’ve been married for a while, or you’re in a long-term relationship, there’s a high chance you’ve reached the point where habit and duty have replaced any real sense of affection.

The kind gestures, sweet loving words, and physical touch are now largely absent and you’re left with routine. The two of you are going through the motions, perhaps feeling more like house-mates than lovers. If you have children, you may function like business partners, managing the logistics of a home and family together but missing any deep love or affection.

Is there a way to stop the decline into habit and duty?

In this 4-minute video, I’m sharing how to address lack of affection in a long-term relationship and open up the possibility of transformation.

Watch now: 

Easier said than done

If what I’m suggesting in this video feels difficult, scary or even impossible, please get in touch. Read the stories of others I’ve worked with and book your free consultation here.

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