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Maybe you just need a good date night to help bring that fire back, or maybe it's a sign that your partner isn't the one for you.
It's that butterflies in your stomach feeling and nervousness you get when you know things are about to get intimate. As Golicic says, "This is chemistry, the sexual attraction for the other person.
This is common early on in relationships and most of the time (though not always) what initially attracts two people.
"Even being married, our goals and interests are going to change and we have to keep communication open to know that we are still in alignment with each other.
If we're not, we figure out what we need to do to get back there." So here are some signs that you may have lost interest in your relationship, even if you love your partner, according to experts."The number one sign you've lost interest in your partner is when you don't feel the 'turned on excitement' in your body when you're around them," Susan Golicic, Ph D, Certified Relationship Coach and Co-founder of Uninhibited Wellness, tells Bustle.
One can lose this feeling and still love their partner.