I think in every healthy relationship you go through phases. It's normal and I think it makes your relationship stronger when you are able to appreciate the really good times and work through the not so really good times. Currently, I'm in the I love you so much, i'm overwhelmed phase (which sadly, I know will pass) I'll always love Nick like crazy but sometimes through every day life, tiny arguments and little tiffs, you forget just how much you love one another- You know you love one another but you don't feel it in your soul. I hate those times, but I know that soon, the overwhelming love will come back. It's the cycle of marriage. Last night, laying in bed hysterically laughing at nothing and everything was a reminder of how perfectly our lives have fallen into place (even during the imperfect times) I can not imagine another man by my side. I'm sharing because I feel like so many younger couples end in divorce because they think the insane love is supposed to always be there- that once they're not feeling so overwhelmed by their love, the relationship is in trouble. Sometimes, i'm sure thats the case but other times I wish people would really work at finding what it was that made them fall in love in the first place. I'm no therapist, nor do I claim to be, but the divorce rate is scary and I think this may have something to do with it. What do you guys think?