In the Power of Attraction survey, both men and women identified poor personal hygiene (87 percent) and bad personal style (45 percent) as two factors that can kill attraction over the long haul.
But 76 percent attributed loss of attraction to boredom and lack of adventure.
"But if you were attracted before and now you're not, something deeper may be going on with ."This may sound like the ultimate retort, but it actually makes sense.
"They may stop exercising, pursuing their own interests or spending time with their friends."Once you ring that bell, you can't unring it," said Banks."This conversation must be as careful and loving as possible."Fitzpatrick encourages starting with the positive."Everyone benefits from that."Your Tango expert Jean Fitzpatrick, a therapist and marriage counselor in New York City, advises using "we" instead of "you" when having this difficult conversation."This conversation isn't an attack on one person—it comes from a place of caring," she said.
Do it when you know there's plenty of time to talk—you don't want to be interrupted.