Wednesday, November 8, 2017
Another way to engage your curiosity is to search out new experiences, encourage your partner to do this, or to do it together. If one or both of you pursue separate personal interests, those experiences can help to infuse your relationship with new energy. Similarly, if you explore new experiences together, you may find that you have more to talk about – more to learn about each other, as well as the particular activity.
Although it’s not the only important factor in successful relationships, curiosity about each other’s experiences is essential to remaining emotionally connected and close. When you realize there is more to learn about your partner, your curiosity may lure you in to wanting to know more about, and share more with, this person you love.
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