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https://static.pulse.ng/img/incoming/origs3620924/4359728328-w900-h600/married1-2-.jpgAs you grow older with your partner and go through certain events together at various stages in life, you begin to experience a deeper type of love that goes way more than just saying "I love you"
According to relationship experts, marriage and love changes you over time, as you grow older with your partner and go through certain events together at various stages in life, you begin to experience a deeper type of love that goes way more than just saying "I love you".
Compiled by Brides.com, here are a few ways your love for each other changes as a married couple:
1. You'll realise you can both stand anything that come your way together: This intimate connection comes from various challenges you both have gone through, staying together through bad times actually brings you closer and makes your love stronger than ever.
2. You'll appreciate each other more: As you grow older and your children grow older too and start leaving home, you'll be grateful you still have each other . There'll be a sense of appreciation towards each other and you both can look forward to new adventures together.

3. You'll love each other deeply: As the years roll by, you'll discover more things and patterns about your partner that'll make you love them all the more. But this time, your love will be more matured than it was when you first got married.
4. You are likely to put your love for them in the back burner: See it this way, it is easy to lose that spark in marriage especially when kids, works and other busy aspects of your life gets in the way. It's easy to get tired and not sense your partner's needs and wants. It doesn't mean you love them any less, just that the intention to express them won't be a priority.





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