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Relationship coach Nana Ama Acheampong has said that couples who lose complete interest in each other become selfish and myopic in looking at their purpose.

According to her, most spouses engross themselves in the objective of the union, forgetting that they are both vital to the success of their ambitions.

As a result, the purpose of the marriage dwindles as both couples fail to prioritise their partners, who will aid in achieving the motive of the marriage.

Nana Ama explained this while discussing how couples can spark their relationships after ten years and more on Joy Prime’s Prime Morning show.

“Recently, I was chatting with my husband about a certain couple, and I mentioned that what has ceased with their marriage is that they have lost interest in each other.

"So, losing interest in each other makes you very myopic and selfish in looking at the purpose but not looking sideways to see who you’re going with towards that purpose,” she explained.

Nevertheless, to reignite the spark in the marriage, both partners are required to recount their reasons for loving each other at the beginning of the relationship.

This will also help revive and gleam romance in the union, which increases the love.

How can the romance be sparked?

By understanding the love language of one’s partner and ensuring they provide for their satisfaction. This releases the love hormones in their spouses.

Adding to that, broadcaster and media personality Akumaa Mama Zimbi, who also spoke on the show, noted that one’s love language changes as one grows.

Therefore, it is incumbent for both partners to refresh each other’s memory as they grow.

“As you’re growing, your love language will change. If the person was into a lot of cuddling, l*cking, f*ngering, or squatting, you know age tells.

"You can get it going, but it won’t be like before. So, you just need to be reminding yourselves. It can’t only be love-making,” she notified.

Akumaa Mama Zimbi - Broadcast Journalist

Mama Zimbi said it is important to understand your partner to keep them happy and avoid making them sad by ignoring their needs.

Love and romance are vital in relationships, but their consistency in long-term marriages is dependent on both spouses, as they can either deter or strengthen the union.

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