Oftentimes people say the spark died when a relationship ends. Why does it always happen that we must move from having effortless fun to having to work for each other? Wait, should we even have to work for each other? Or should relationships just work? Well, guess what. The spark always dies. Couples agree that relationships require work. Most relationships begin in the honeymoon phase— you don't have to work, it's ignited with passion, it's exciting. Then, it ends! Fortunately, you can do something about it. 1. Challenge each other to take part in new activities.
1. Do you think it's true that the honeymoon phase must end?
2. How would you make a relationship last?
3. What does this science of “the spark going out” say about divorce and marriage?
4. Is it worth staying with someone when the spark is out if you have to work?
5. What's the key to a successful relationship?
6. Why should you work for a relationship?
7. What would happen if the honeymoon phase never ended?
8. Have you been in a relationship where