Flirting doesn’t stop just because you’re in a committed relationship. It seems obvious, right? After all, flirting is how you fell in love in the first place. But unfortunately, a lot of couples stop flirting and go on autopilot. Dinner dates that used to be filled with anticipation become, well, boring. Once you’re in a stable, secure place, it’s common to lose some of the playfulness that brought you together. However, you should never let that energy slip away. This short article explains why flirting keeps your relationship alive. How Do You Define Flirting Believe it or not, flirting doesn’t necessarily have to do with sex. (1) Flirting can be a playful tease that boosts self-esteem and makes you laugh. At the same time, flirting can be a sincere compliment or a tender hug. If it inspires joy …
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