You don’t inspire them enough, and it’s not your fault; it’s theirs, for being blind.
If this isn’t the case at all, or seems too good to be true, then your partner isn’t motivated to change.
You can’t do much more than be yourself, and finding someone who will love you for the rest of your life isn’t as easy as you might expect.
If this isn’t the case, and you’re kept away, something is wrong.
Stoking the fires is half the battle, the other half being far more complicated: accepting that your partner’s feelings are out of your hands.
If you want romance, you have to plan for it yourself, and even when you two do go out, your partner might not be as open during the occasion as you’d like.
This means that if you both get invited to your friend’s party, your partner will show up, but keep a distance from those important to you—and everyone else.
Your partner wants to live in an apartment, with no pets, and doesn’t know about marriage.
It isn’t fair to you or your partner to be together out of comfort and familiarity.
If they have friends or family members that they consider important, but keep you away from them, that’s a red flag..Read Full Story