Is It Normal to Have a Crush When You’re Committed?

Is It Normal to Have a Crush When You’re Committed?

Is It Normal to Have a Crush When You’re Committed?

It is very common to hear that people who already are in a relationship are getting involved with another person. psychologists suggest many reason behind this action. But do we really understand our deepest desires? Maximum time we ignore this kinda embarrasing questions, which leads us to a great confusion and to a massive misunderstanding that can destroy your existing relationship or even you. But people love to have a crush. And they also love to fall in a problem. So here we have some expert tips just to handle your situation without hampering your partner. Just remember The Crush is a need.
1. It’s natural dude!
Though you have a guilty feeling inside, but it sometime can be true that the spoiler is a bit funnier or sexier or attractive than your partner. In that case you are not doing any crime. Mate, you are a human being not any social robot!
2. Dont lose yourself !
So now when we have understand that having crush other than your partner is a human job, now you have to controll yourself from getting blown away. Dont forget that it’s how you behave in the face of temptation that reveal your character. And dont make it regular.
3. have a look at yourself !
Obsessive thoughts are the hallmark of an intense crush. It is a red flag. It indicates that the time has come when you need to examine yourself. Spend less time thinking about that cute guy at work and more quality time with your partner and make sure it’s time spent laughing, talking, and confiding in one another.
4. Acknowledge your loneliness !
Keep your crush to yourself, but if you’re feeling lonely or undesirable or just missing some affection from your significant other, that’s information your partner should know.
5. Remember your good memories together! cherish them!
It is actually a good excercise. remembering good memories helps a relationship walk farther. Travel together. Laugh together. Spend a more time together. Communicate more. Don’t shut down or shut him or her out when you’re feeling isolated and confused, rather for the health of your union, draw your beloved closer and decide to take on the world — with all of its temptations, joys, sorrows and struggles — together.

Bubai Bhattacharjee

www.voiceofrepublic.com

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