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Your account is not active. We have sent an email to the address you provided with an activation link. Check your inbox, and click on the link to activate your account. One Tumblr user, who goes by the nickname Elo, had been with her boyfriend for 5 years when she beautifully summed up how love changes and grows over time in a blog post which has now gone viral for the second time.

And just in case the suspense is killing you, yes — Elo and her boyfriend are still together and will mark their 8th anniversary this fall. Read the touching anecdote below, find out how people are reacting to it, and tell us what you think at the end!

Like what you're reading? Subscribe to our top stories. Bored Panda works best if you switch to our Android app. Bored Panda works better on our iPhone app! This actually helped me a lot. I had such intense and excessively strong butterfly emotions when I first fell head over heels in love with my boyfriend. After living together, and a couple years have passed, and life happened, that feeling definitely went away and I mourned it for a lot of reasons.

I see people online who have been married years say they still get butterflies and it made me wonder if my love wasn't as special. But when I fell in love it was so strong that I couldn't eat or think. I've been with my hubbie for 9 years now, and that heavy chemical reaction of being in love was fun, but the love that comes after is more valuable if you ask me. Yeah sometimes I still get butterflies but it's rare, and I honestly don't miss them all that much.

My husband is always there for me and I can rely on him. We always choose for each other. We have kids together and that made our love stronger too. But in every day life it just means accepting each other the way we are, farts and nastiness and emotional baggage included, while trying to grow together. Enjoy that life sally, but you miss the point of being in a relationship. People mention it exactly for that reason - because there's people out there who, like you, are ashamed of basic bodily functions that everyone has.

The point isn't to get into fart contests but simply to not be bothered with your significant other being human. If you are - there's barriers between you. Also, keeping farts in is majorly unhealthy, just so you know. Actually I completely agree with Sally, maybe it's about culture, habits, but for me it's about good manners. As she said, there are things that should be kept private same goes to the poop in front of each other habit , which doesn't mean that there are any barriers and problems in the relationship.

I believe the secret is not only about sharing farts with each other right? And if it's so unhealthy to keep it in, should we then release it wherever we are? No, we go to the bathroom and release it there, that's what this place is for.

I wouldn't feel well spoiling someone else's environment, nor I wanna that someone would do it to me intentionally. But some people might feel differently about it Why in the world do people have to mention farts when it comes to love in a relationship? As long as you are capable of controlling your bowels, there are things one should only do in privacy. Thank god I'm not alone!!

After nearly 12 years I have to keep reminding my husband that he can't have a Disney romance on repeat for the rest of our lives. It simply doesn't work like that. He seems distressed by the fact that things are "different" - but of course they are! We are different; life is different; the world as we know it has changed a lot since we met. Love - on the other hand - is about knowing that there's is no one else you'd rather have spent those years with.

And how much you look forward to enjoying many more years together. My husband and I have been married for almost 36 years now We definitely do not have too many of those butterfly moments but a comfortable sense of security I know I can always depend on him to be there when I need him. We raised two kids together, one with Aspergers and one with Type 1 diabetes and never once did he leave me to struggle with their issues by myself.

We worked through things together A few years ago he was hospitalized with a serious illness and I realized right then how much I would miss him if he was gone. We still laugh a lot together, enjoy a lot of the same music and TV show and talk about our memories as we grow old together.

This is what marriage is about people; yes you fight and bicker about stupid things, but he pretty much accepts me the way I am warts and all as I do him. I am a lucky lucky woman. Never once did he consider "cutting and running" when things got tough and nor did I, even there were many times things seemed impossible. I wish my bf had your husband's strength. Mine broke up with me on our 9 yr anniversary about a week in a half ago because he misses the butterflies, that he let himself get comfortable and settle.

We were awesome together. Made a great team but I guess that didn't matter to him. My boyfriend and I are in a relationship for almost 5 years. We don't live together because it is out of question now. He does a full time job in a different city where more than half of his money goes in fooding and lodging and I am still a student with 0- very less money.

But we meet whenever we can. When he comes home, often it is in a months lapse, I can't meet him often. Its like once or twice a week and he becomes very sad and angry that I can't meet regularly and if I do, I don't stay for hours with him. I have strict parents who always wants me to tell them where I go and by what time I'll be home and with whom I am going.

I am a pre medical student and they know it is very difficult path so they want me to devote more time in studies. My boyfriend complains that I am different now, that I don't have that craze which I used to in the beginning.

I explain him that there is a difference between infatuation love and mature love but he says that I simply make excuses. Bored Panda works better on our iPhone app.

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You can read more about it and change your preferences here. Readers reacted and shared their own stories of how relationships change over time. About the author Stella. Stella This lazy panda forgot to write something about itself. Get the latest inspiring stories via our awesome iOS app! Download Bored Panda app! What do you think? Meowton Mewsk 1 year ago This actually helped me a lot. Leni 1 year ago I've been with my hubbie for 9 years now, and that heavy chemical reaction of being in love was fun, but the love that comes after is more valuable if you ask me.

Leni 1 year ago Enjoy that life sally, but you miss the point of being in a relationship. Anastasia 1 year ago Leni: Sally Brite 1 year ago Why in the world do people have to mention farts when it comes to love in a relationship? Mark Fuller 1 year ago Thank god I'm not alone!! Kathy Snowdon 1 year ago My husband and I have been married for almost 36 years now We definitely do not have too many of those butterfly moments but a comfortable sense of security I know I can always depend on him to be there when I need him.

Missy Garone 4 months ago I wish my bf had your husband's strength. Amrita Mazumder 11 months ago My boyfriend and I are in a relationship for almost 5 years.

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People mention it exactly for that reason - because there's people out there who, like you, are ashamed of basic bodily functions that everyone has. The point isn't to get into fart contests but simply to not be bothered with your significant other being human. If you are - there's barriers between you.

Also, keeping farts in is majorly unhealthy, just so you know. Actually I completely agree with Sally, maybe it's about culture, habits, but for me it's about good manners. As she said, there are things that should be kept private same goes to the poop in front of each other habit , which doesn't mean that there are any barriers and problems in the relationship. I believe the secret is not only about sharing farts with each other right? And if it's so unhealthy to keep it in, should we then release it wherever we are?

No, we go to the bathroom and release it there, that's what this place is for. I wouldn't feel well spoiling someone else's environment, nor I wanna that someone would do it to me intentionally. But some people might feel differently about it Why in the world do people have to mention farts when it comes to love in a relationship?

As long as you are capable of controlling your bowels, there are things one should only do in privacy. Thank god I'm not alone!! After nearly 12 years I have to keep reminding my husband that he can't have a Disney romance on repeat for the rest of our lives. It simply doesn't work like that. He seems distressed by the fact that things are "different" - but of course they are! We are different; life is different; the world as we know it has changed a lot since we met. Love - on the other hand - is about knowing that there's is no one else you'd rather have spent those years with.

And how much you look forward to enjoying many more years together. My husband and I have been married for almost 36 years now We definitely do not have too many of those butterfly moments but a comfortable sense of security I know I can always depend on him to be there when I need him. We raised two kids together, one with Aspergers and one with Type 1 diabetes and never once did he leave me to struggle with their issues by myself.

We worked through things together A few years ago he was hospitalized with a serious illness and I realized right then how much I would miss him if he was gone. We still laugh a lot together, enjoy a lot of the same music and TV show and talk about our memories as we grow old together. This is what marriage is about people; yes you fight and bicker about stupid things, but he pretty much accepts me the way I am warts and all as I do him.

I am a lucky lucky woman. Never once did he consider "cutting and running" when things got tough and nor did I, even there were many times things seemed impossible.

I wish my bf had your husband's strength. Mine broke up with me on our 9 yr anniversary about a week in a half ago because he misses the butterflies, that he let himself get comfortable and settle. We were awesome together. Made a great team but I guess that didn't matter to him. My boyfriend and I are in a relationship for almost 5 years. We don't live together because it is out of question now.

He does a full time job in a different city where more than half of his money goes in fooding and lodging and I am still a student with 0- very less money. But we meet whenever we can. When he comes home, often it is in a months lapse, I can't meet him often. Its like once or twice a week and he becomes very sad and angry that I can't meet regularly and if I do, I don't stay for hours with him.

I have strict parents who always wants me to tell them where I go and by what time I'll be home and with whom I am going. I am a pre medical student and they know it is very difficult path so they want me to devote more time in studies.

My boyfriend complains that I am different now, that I don't have that craze which I used to in the beginning. I explain him that there is a difference between infatuation love and mature love but he says that I simply make excuses.

Bored Panda works better on our iPhone app. Please enter email address We will not spam you. To complete the subscription process, please click the link in the email we just sent you. Continue with Facebook Continue with Google or. Log In Don't have an account? Sign Up Forgot your password? Once you've got your individual passions figured out, it's also helpful to have something you can both pour your love and attention into.

Often that something is children, she adds, but it can also be a business, a charity, or even a home-remodeling project. You don't need to spend all of your couple time one-on-one. In fact, inviting friends along once and a while can help you and your partner reaffirm your love for each other.

In a Wayne State University study, people who went on double dates with other couples they were close with said they felt more affection and romantic feelings toward their partners.

In , psychologist Arthur Aron published a study suggesting that any two people could fall in love by asking each other a series of 36 questions , then staring into each other's eyes for four minutes. In January, writer Mandy Len Catron wrote in the New York Times about trying the experiment herself with a former college acquaintance.

Staying happy in a long-term relationship requires balancing two basic needs, according to Solomon: And while it may feel awkward to send an inappropriate text to the person you've been married to for years, it can help add excitement to a romance that feels stalled, says Solomon.

Breaking a sweat with your sweetie may increase your physical attraction, as well as your emotional bond. Eaker Weil recommends hitting the gym together, or finding a class or activity you can both enjoy. In , University of Connecticut research found that couples who disclosed positive feelings to each other after sex reported more relationship satisfaction than those who didn't. This may be part of the way committed couples maintain their closeness and their romantic bond, the researchers say.

For an even better relationship boost, spend a few extra minutes after sex chatting and snuggling. Couples who engaged in post-sex affection such as cuddling and caressing during a University of Toronto study were generally happier with their sex lives and relationships overall, even three months later. If you're feeling distant from your partner, you may think that putting on a sexy dress or doubling up on your sessions in the weight-room is the best way to get his or her attention and jump-start your flagging romance.

Instead, Solomon suggests sitting down to talk honestly about how you feel. Scheduling regular time to be by yourselves as a couple, away from your work and home responsibilities, can help you stay connected and remember what you love about each other. But couples should decide what's romantic to them, she adds. For some people it looks like Subway sandwiches on the beach, and for some people it looks like sitting at Barnes and Noble playing chess.

A study from Stony Brook University found that, contrary to popular belief, it is possible to be in a long-term relationship and maintain feelings of romantic love and not just comfortable companionship for many years. One secret to this lasting attraction? Having your partner's back, and knowing that your partner also has yours.

Adults who feel secure in their relationships tend to have higher self-esteem, the study found, which correlates to more feelings of "intense, exclusive focus" on their partners. Before you decide your romance isn't good enough, she says, remember that all long-term unions have ups and downs, and that love can be felt and expressed in many different ways.

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But those butterflies are a good sign that the body is functioning like it Back when people had to be prepared to run from attacking lions (or. If you want it back try doing sometime completely out of your normal pattern of life . Some medications reduce those “butterflies” one feels when nervous or. They think it's butterflies and obsessively thinking about that person all day long. You don't have to be perfect for the person that loves you. . If you show someone love, that doesn't mean they are going to love you back or.