Having Bad Breath and Three Other Romance Killers You’re Probably Guilty of Doing

BY: - 20 Aug '13 | Marriage

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Marriage is all about loving your spouse just the way they are, right? Right. That is until the honeymoon stage wears off (and it will) and some of the quirks about your spouse you used to let slide, aren’t so cute anymore. As you both become increasingly comfortable with each other, those quirks can become annoyances that evolve into potential romance killers.

Below, are four romance killers you’re probably guilty of doing (but are afraid to admit). These apply to both men and women.  Doing all of these may not be a cure all in the romance department, but they certainly are little things we tend to overlook. It’s the little things that make all the difference in life, love, and marriage!

BMWK Let us know additional romance killers in the comments below.

1) Bad breath

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Remember when you both were dating and you refused to be caught dead with bad breath? You carried mints, gum, and Listerine strips around with you, just so that your sweetie would have no reason to not lay a juicy kiss on you at the end of your date. Now that you’re married, you expect sweet kisses first thing in the morning, stank morning breath and all. Even though you’re both committed to loving each other completely, it doesn't hurt to make things a little easier by keeping some breath fresheners with you!

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Amber Wright

http://talktoamber.com/

Amber is a Communication Coach and Consultant that wants to help you learn how to say it right – from the boardroom to the bedroom! Visit her website, www.talktoamber.com, to find fun and insightful information on how to improve your communication skills and overall quality of life.

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