Relationships are hard, and sometimes they can get boring. But there’s no reason to let that happen! If you want to spice up your relationship, here are some tips for how:

Realize that relationships aren’t always exciting.

It’s important to remember that relationships aren’t always exciting. Relationships are about being there for each other when times get tough, and it’s not just about the sex or the fun times that you have together.

You need to be able to trust your partner, love them, and commit to them if you want your relationship to last. If a person doesn’t feel loved or supported by their partner then they won’t stick around long enough for things like marriage or having children (or even just hooking up).

Understand your expectations.

Understand your expectations.

What do you want from a relationship? Do you have unrealistic expectations? If so, how can you meet each other? Are there any things that are important to both of you but are not on the table because of differing beliefs or values (e.g., religion)?

How can one person communicate their needs without coming across as needy or unappreciative? Can the other person listen without judgment and respond appropriately if needed?

Look for the excitement in what you already do.

You may have noticed that the most boring relationship is one that’s full of excitement. The boring partner is always looking for new things to try, while your partner seems content with what they already know.

This can lead to an argument: “But I thought we were having fun!” “We are—we’re just not doing anything exciting.” And then, inevitably, resentment builds up until it explodes into something much worse than just an argument about how much fun you’re having together.

So let’s look at how we can find our own excitement in what we already do:

Look for the excitement in the mundane (like cleaning out your fridge or making dinner every night).

Look for the excitement in familiar things (like watching TV shows together).

Look for the excitement in routine tasks like going grocery shopping or doing dishes after dinner because they give us time away from each other without feeling like work!

Get to know yourself better.

If you’re in a relationship with someone who is boring, the first thing to do is get to know yourself better. The more you know about who you are and what your values are, the easier it will be for your partner to understand why their behavior makes no sense.

When we’re trying to change ourselves or others, we often don’t realize how much of our identity is wrapped up in one person—and this can make us feel stuck or even resentful when they don’t seem interested in changing themselves!

But if we want good relationships with other people (and our own happiness), then getting used to being alone again will be necessary down the road. As long as there’s some sort of connection between two people—even if only friendship—then maybe someday our friends won’t seem so bad after all…

Ask if you have unreasonable expectations.

If you’re struggling to make your relationship work, it may be time to ask yourself: Are my expectations too high?

Your partner may have different ideas about what they want in a relationship than you do. It’s important that both people are on board with the same goals and expectations before things move forward. If you can’t talk to them directly, consider getting professional help from an agency or therapist who specializes in helping couples find common ground in their relationships.

They’ll help guide each of you through this process so that both parties feel heard and understood by one another—and more importantly so that both parties feel valued within their relationships!

Consider professional help.

You may find that therapy is the best option for you and your partner. A therapist can help you work through your issues, give you a fresh perspective on your relationship, and help both of you communicate better.

Talk to friends about your relationship.

Talking to friends about your relationship is a great way for you to get some perspective on what’s going on. You can ask for advice, and they’re likely to give it because they’re friends with both of you.

Don’t be afraid to tell them how you feel—it’s not their fault if things haven’t worked out well between the two of you, which means that even if one person tries to make excuses for the other person’s behavior (something I’ve seen happens in my own life), it can lead only one direction: toward resentment and bitterness. What good does that do anyone?

Don’t tell too many people about your problems; otherwise, they’ll just gossip about them behind closed doors or spread rumors without even thinking twice about whether or not those rumors are true!

That will only hurt everyone involved—including yourself! It’s important not only because it hurts someone else but also because when someone hears bad news from someone else instead of coming directly from themselves as they would normally do then this makes it seem like there isn’t really anything wrong with their lives…you know?

Find ways to reconnect with your partner.

When things are getting stale, it’s important to find ways to reconnect with your partner. Talk about what you both like to do together and try a new activity. Go on a date, or even better—make time for each other.

Maybe this means going out for ice cream after work instead of watching Netflix in front of the TV (and who doesn’t love ice cream?). Or maybe it means taking an evening hike through the forest together that neither of you has done before (and then getting lost!) If either of these sounds appealing, do it! Just remember: remember why they’re amazing in the first place!

Relationships don’t need to be exciting to be fulfilling and healthy.

Relationships don’t need to be exciting to be fulfilling and healthy. You may have had a relationship that was so exciting you felt like it was the best thing in your life, but you might have been bored at other times. If this sounds familiar, don’t worry! Not every relationship is meant to be an adventure.

There are some people out there who genuinely enjoy being in boring relationships (and they aren’t all straight men).

There are also some people who would rather not have a boring relationship than one full of excitement and drama—so if this describes you, then great! It’s time for some real talk about what makes up a good partner: what they give back instead of taking from us (in terms of time spent together), how much fun they are when we’re alone together…


We hope that these tips have helped you to understand and accept your relationship and that it’s time to get back on the horse. Remember: You’re not alone in this! Many people go through a boring phase when they first start dating or getting married.

If you’re feeling stuck in your relationship right now, don’t forget about our other articles on how to fix things when things aren’t going well (like “5 Things to Do When Your Partner Is Depressed”).