Feeling lonely is one of the worst pains we can experience. One of the few things that is actually worse is feeling alone in a relationship.
Here's a post I wrote on my Google+
Feeling alone in a relationship is not just a problem -- it's also a call to action. It's a warning sign that something's wrong and needs to be fixed. But too often it's accepted and ignored.
I find that most people accept feeling lonely in their relationship way too long. At first, it may not even look like you're alone as much as that there are compatibility problems, or divergent interests, or sex drive differences (Together But Still Alone). But over time these individual problems begin to add up, multiply, and become a generalized feeling about the relationship as a whole.
It's really important that we're proactive about addressing problems in our relationships. Just like it's not smart to ignore the engine warning on the dash of your car, the same goes to the warning signs at home. We all know that if we disregard that dash light it'll cost us more later on.
If you're feeling alone in a relationship, do something about it. If you don't know what to do, that's okay, just ask someone who will know. Relationship experts are available to help you if you're only willing to see the warning sign and act.
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