Cupid's Pulse Article: Is ‘The Bachelor’ Sean Lowe & Catherine Giudici’s Celebrity Love Affair in Trouble Already?Cupid's Pulse Article: Is ‘The Bachelor’ Sean Lowe & Catherine Giudici’s Celebrity Love Affair in Trouble Already?

By Meghan Fitzgerald

A source told UsMagazine.com that Seattle native Catherine Guidici has been ‘bored and lonely’ since she moved to L.A for fiancé, Sean Lowe. While celebrity love Lowe attends Dancing With The Stars practices, Guidici typically stays home and watches TV. Her friends are so-and-so with her relationship and love life with Lowe, mostly because she was previously a driven, career woman. Plus, she gave up an Amazon gig to be on The Bachelor. 

‘The Bachelor’ winner Catherine Giudici needs some more attention from celebrity love Sean Lowe. What are some ways to keep the spark alive in your relationship and love life after the honeymoon phase?

Cupid’s Advice:

The honeymoon phase in a relationship makes couples believe that the entirety of the marriage will be dreamy, trance-like, and full of passion. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Once the honeymoon phase is over, your relationship and love may differ. Fights may arise, intimacy may become rare and in between. The honeymoon phase doesn’t last forever. Cupid has some advice on how to keep the spark alive:

1. Try new things: Usually in new relationships, couples tend to try new things almost constantly. After the honeymoon phase, you adapt to a certain routine. A way you live both of your lives, sticking to the same daily events. Keep the spark alive by trying new things. Go to the new bar three blocks away for Spanish tapas. Check out rock climbing, get out of your comfort zone with your mate.

2. I love you: In relationships, it is essential to tell your partner how much you love, care, and appreciate them. Especially after the honeymoon phase when arguments may arise and complications are met. Relationships and love are not typically easy, they require effort and patience. It is easier to fix and have a healthy relationship when you express your love to your partner.

3Romance: Date nights and spontaneity are a great way to keep romance in check with your relationship. Cook your partner their favorite meal: maybe he likes rigotini and meatballs? Or pack a picnic for your mate and take them to a local park on a warm spring day. Friday date nights are also a great way to get the romance going. It’s important to keep the intimate time between you and your boyfriend.

Have you kept the spark alive after your honeymoon phase? Share you experience below.