Most of us have experienced it one way or another: being close to a person we love usually starts out exciting and new and thrilling, then over time becomes familiar and comfortable. For many, that comfort slowly gives way to feelings of distance, coldness, and even boredom.
The popular explanation for this phenomenon, which has happened in so many relationships throughout the ages of humanity, is that people just naturally crave new and exciting things and eventually grow bored of the old. It's not unreasonable to think that this inevitably happens between two people just like it happens between a person and his things.
However, The School of Life thinks that might not be the case at all. In fact, they suggest that it might not be "natural or inevitable" to grow cold and distant from your romantic partners at all.
Watch the full, thought-provoking explanation of their theory here: