The Passion Doctor has been saying it all along, and now it’s confirmed in the March 2009 issue of the “Review of General Psychology.” Thirteen percent of people confirmed high levels of romance in their long-term relationships!
The researchers distinguish between “romantic love” which they feel can be sustained and “obsessive love” which eventually seems to fade in long-term relationships. Romantic love has the same intensity and sexual excitement of obsessive love, but lacks the anxiety and insecurity that we might initially feel.
What the long-term romantic couples have in common is that they are all “relationship focused”. This is consistent with my metaphor of looking at a relationship like a garden. If you don’t water and feed it, and remove the weeds, it will become overgrown and eventually wither and die.
If you’re looking for clues on how to keep the romance alive, please read my Free Report: “20 Rituals For Romance“ which is available at:
Thank you so much,
Dr. Adam Sheck