9. More often than not, a Saturday night out with friends sounds way better than a Saturday night date. (This is bad).
By no means should you spend every waking moment with a partner — your friends will hate you for this, and they very well should. But you should obviously want to spend some alone time with whoever you're dating! And if that's not the case, why are you with them at all?
10. You log more hours on the couch watching TV than you do talking or doing real activities together.
It's delightful to have a slug buddy who will be totally disgusting with you and spend 12 hours on a cold, lazy Sunday marathoning Riverdale or something. That shouldn't be the primary activity for your relationship though.
11. It dawns on you that things you thought were early relationship flukes are actually just the way your partner is.
Everyone does some weird, off-color things early on in a relationship because it's actually terrifying to be fully yourself around someone you're trying to impress. But if, a few months in, you discover those odd habits (like maybe they never want to sleep at their place) are just part of who they are, it could be time to reevaluate.
The sex feels routine early on and there are no signs of that changing. It's so great that you found a routine that works for both of you! Now do your best not to lean on that too hard, or else, whoops! All of a sudden, you've become the cliché "we have three moves and only three moves" couple that no one wants to be.
13. Your friends aren't enthusiastic about the relationship.
Maybe your friends aren't openly commending this whole relationship because they like you and are trying to be supportive, but it's not hard to tell when they're making an effort to keep opinions to themselves. Your friends want you to be happy and if they don't like this relationship, they probably have very valid reasons that are worth listening to.
14. You're no longer trying to impress each other at all.
It's good to be comfortable around the person you're with. But if you really like someone, and they really like you back, you should want to do nice things for each other. Little gestures are sweet and go a long way. It's easy to lose sight of the romance if you two become friends who sometimes make out in only a few months. You want something more than that! Relationships are tough and should be rewarding, when they're truly good.
Culled from: Cosmopolitan.com
I think even if all these happens, you can still take steps to re-ignite the sparks that boredom blew off✌.