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Report: Honeymoon over after 3 1/2 years

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A report at the Daily Mail says couples take each other for granted after 3 ½ years. So much for the 7 year itch!

The report says it marks the end of the honeymoon phase, and couples start taking each other for granted -- no more cuddling up on the couch, less dating, and different bedtimes.

The top five signs you may be taken for granted are your partner opts for sleep rather than having sex; lack of date nights; forget to say ‘I love' everyday; stop kissing each other goodbye; go to bed at different times.

Does it have to be this way? How do you keep your love spark alive past the 3 year mark? Post your comments on our FOX 5 Atlanta Facebook page, or tweet us @GoodDayAtlanta.

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