The "other" side of the story
Food tastes bland if there is no spice in it. Every relationship needs “spicing up” to avoid losing steam. A third party twist could just be appropriate to ignite the passion that is on theverge of fizzing out. If you are bored of the same old daal chawal at home, Biriyani at a restaurant in the weekends will definitely make the same old platter taste like nectar the day after.
So am i advocating infidelity? Not at all. You can engage in flings being completely true to your beau. In fact you can do this with his full knowledge (of course do not tell him all details or else the fun will be lost).
By flings i do not mean a serious emotional attachment. If you really love your partner you can never do that. But don’t you agree when you get to know someone new, you can actually realise how good your boyfriend is? (There is high chance the answer could be on the other side of affirmative, but it’s worth taking a chance after all).
Flirting, specially in the august presence of your partner could just ring the bells in his heart and the usual “jealousy” will creep in. Hence he will try to woo you “back”. Love will flow in the veins and the heavens will be witness to a surge of passion unseen hitherto. So what are you aiting for? If you want to spice up your dying love life, just DO IT.
(Although referred to as boyfriends, for all the straight guys, you can read it as girlfriend too).
P.S. You really think this was a serious post on relationships? Think again! Why risk your love by trying something as utopian as building a home in the Proxima Centauri galaxy? You love him/her. Just Speak it out. If (s)he has ears to hear and a heart to care, (s)he will revert back! Enjoy!!!