I saw a bunch of people using the term over and over in a recent question. I think I get the gist of it, but how would you personally define it?
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The honey moon phase to me, is the first six months of your relationship.
It's comparable to being a newly wed wife or a husband.
Everything is great in the beginning.
You rarely fight with each other.
You are both head over heels.
When the relationship goes onto its first year and more, those feelings become different (because you are entering into a different phase of love).
The reality is, you eventually you get used to the person you are with.
Love isn't always exciting.
Love is knowing that you'd do anything for your partner and would be there through thick and thin.
In this phase, you probably learn more about your partner (some of which may turn you off -their bad habits).
You learn to continue loving them anyway and help them through any of it, if it is a challenge.
At times it may feel like your relationship is becoming stale.
You should do things to rekindle that excitement before the flame goes out.
Love always takes work and energy.
When you're with someone for a very long time, you shouldn't forget all the little things you used to do that made the person fall for you in the first place.
Even if it's little things such as giving compliments, going on dates together, sitting down and watching a movie etc.
You should always allow your partner to feel important and not take anything for granted.
initially the honey moon phase is about getting the girl. Now that time as passed, it's about keeping her and not letting that flame blow out.1