DEAR DEIDRE: SINCE we are both at home and outside of work, my relationship with my girlfriend has hit a wall.
I am a 27 year old female and my girlfriend is 28 years old.
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We’ve been together for two years and it’s great.
We are like best friends as well as lovers.
But I feel like my feelings for her are gone – and I want them to come back.
I know I love her and want to be with her, but I find it hard to want to be as intimate and loving as before.
I feel lethargic when I’m with her.
Could it be because we are constantly around each other?
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DEIDRE SAYS: Even if you love it, spending time together 24/7 isn’t healthy.
You could end up under each other’s feet.
Relationships don’t work on their own, and it seems like yours needs an injection of fresh energy and excitement.
My MOT Relationship support pack will help you.
The other possibility is that for you this relationship has run its course.