When you reach the blissful love stage of a relationship, the love, respect, and attraction that you and your woman feel for each other deepens over time. You have an amazing relationship and you’re one of those couples that people look at and think, So, let’s have a look at each of the stages of a relationship and I’ll explain how it works, where couples go wrong and what you need to do to get to stage five where you experience blissful love and you want to stay together for life. This is where you feel very sexually attracted to each other at the start and you fall in love, which is different to true committed love at the blissful love stage of a relationship.You feel sexually attracted to each other for life. In stage one, you don’t really care about each other’s faults.You just want to be together, have sex and enjoy each other’s company.According to scientists, at this stage of a relationship, natural chemicals are released in the brain to make a couple want to be together, have sex, and stay together long enough for offspring to be created.With commitment resistance, one or both of you, whether it’s in an obvious or more subtle, passive aggressive manner, do things that undermine decisions that you appeared to have committed to.Big Question: Do both of us have both feet in this relationship or are one or both of us, actively or quietly resisting it?They feel more like friends, and there’s no sexual spark, and the woman or the man is thinking of maybe leaving, and trying to find someone else.The real prize of a relationship between a man and a woman is to get to the fifth stage, the blissful love stage.
If one or both of you can’t even commit to feeling out your emotions whether they’re good, bad, or indifferent, not only does this throw a monkey wrench in the works for intimacy, but it will be another symptom of a general commitment resistance.This may seem like a no-brainer, but lurching full speed ahead in lust mode is one of the more common mistakes — becoming sexually intimate too soon. Talk about getting your feelings, behaviors, and time spent in the relationship out of sync!People get caught up in the passion and wanting to please. Because your partner hasn’t had time to get to know or care about you, he or she may neglect to inform you about a sexually transmitted disease (STD), fail to take appropriate pregnancy and STD precautions, and/or even disappear after the act.These situations happen because we are looking for the hallmarks of a relationship (what we feel are the markings such as regular sex, stuff in common, being introduced, talking about the future etc) but we’re not looking for the landmarks of a relationship (the substance): When someone has limited access to their emotions and has limits to how much they will let you in, you cannot have genuine intimacy in your relationship.If one or both of you are doing things to protect yourself from being vulnerable, are living in denial, are going round the houses communicating, and struggle to be truly honest and authentic, intimacy isn’t happening.