Couples should not fear getting "comfortable" in your relationship

Being comfortable doesn't mean you're "stuck," it actually means quite the opposite.
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A lot of couples may worry that being comfortable with one another means a certain level of "complacency" has entered the relationship.

Well, Shyanne Kollefrath of Your Tango says that being comfortable doesn't mean you're "stuck," it actually means quite the opposite.

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"Comfortable" doesn't mean the end of the relationship. For Kollefrath, it means:

-You know what your partner wants
-You're "redefining" your romance
-You're making time for each other

Reaching a certain point of "comfort" in your relationship could take "weeks or a few years," according to Kollefrath, though at the end of the day, you. realize that you do not need to "impress your partner anymore. You’re enough just by being you."

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