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  • With every relationship over time it dims

    Friends

    Partners

    Do you just live life and not really care? That’s where I’m at, but open to hearing other opinions

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    you eat ass

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    Nurse outfit

  • New experiences and coming up with regular plans always helps

  • only having s***for the purpose of procreation

  • Role play

  • not really sure with friends tbh. i love my dogs and always look forward to kicking it with them on the weekends, and am always excited when i plan to see friends i havemt seen in a while due to location differences. so i dont resonate with that.

    partners idk. just gotta love them to the max i guess

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    how do you keep a plant alive?

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    Not taking them for granted
    Thoughtful dates
    Actually listening to them

  • Time for you to try butt play

  • Partners you need to exert more energy than you think you need to. It's easy to love and get in a routine, it's even harder to be enamored and romantic and have a spark.
    You need to go out of your way.

  • Put it in her butt

  • Friends - be open and honest. Be there when they need you. Feed them when they come over. Bring a rack of beer over and split it. Go do something you haven't done before; go fishing or crabbing or hiking. Help them change their tire when they're stuck 20 miles away. Do the hard s*** and be a good friend

  • Hobbies.

  • I don’t

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    Spend more time doing stuff individually rather than together. It’s good to have some space to feel like you’re individuals rather than one joint thing. There isn’t much exciting about knowing everything there is to know about somebody, it’s not knowing that keeps things interesting

  • Role play

  • Pop some zinccies before we f***

  • Aug 5

    you consistently put in the work. I think its natural for there to be lulls in any relationship, romantic or platonic but eventually you gotta get back on it

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    By not being an a******, caring & also making effort just as they are

    Not everyone is meant forever, but if every relationship friend or lover is failing then maybe its a you thing at that point

  • gare 🥪
    Aug 5

    Keep The @Stank Alive

  • GIO GIO

    Spend more time doing stuff individually rather than together. It’s good to have some space to feel like you’re individuals rather than one joint thing. There isn’t much exciting about knowing everything there is to know about somebody, it’s not knowing that keeps things interesting

    This. Every couple hits roadblocks, but the more comfortable you both are being yourselves then the more you’re willing to make it work because you are not trying to force love out of the other. This can create more special, memorable moments instead of always seeing each other or always going out or always opening her door etc.

    With friends, personally just interact with them when I feel like it and when they reach out to me. Sometimes go months without talking and that’s okay but these are lifelong homies

  • It’s a grind. Basically boils down to finding new and inventive ways to show your love and care + simple everyday things like just listening

  • Tadow 🥀
    Aug 5

    Never had an issue keeping the spark alive with friends

    As for relationships, I'll get back to you on that

  • Aug 5
    lewinskysdress

    how do you keep a plant alive?