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Fatboy: Do Relationships Die Because We Forgot What We Liked About The Other Person?

Discussing about relationships on the Fatboy show today, RX Radio presenter James Onen aka Fatboy queried whether relationships end as a result of partners failing to re-ignite the spark that held them together at first.

During the show, Fatboy and Daniel Omara made comments about a married couple that divorced, after finding out that they had cheated on each other over an online chatroom with each other.

Sana Klaric 27, and her husband Adnan 32, living in Central Bosnia, in 2007 divorced after finding out that they had been texting each other while using pseudo names ‘sweetie’ and ‘Prince of Joy’ respectively.

The interesting event made Fatboy say that, if it were him in the situation, he would just have a good laugh with his partner and decide to commit to each other even more because it would be another way of the universe indicating that the relationship is meant to be.

However he noted that the affair indicated a far deeper flaw in marriages explaining that, “obviously the reason they were out sneaking for other partners is they might have felt that the spark died between them only to find themselves, rediscovering that spark while assuming the identity of other people meaning that it had never died.”

Fatboy asked Daniel, “Do you think that because we forget what we liked about the other person, causes the relationship to suffer?”

Daniel in response said that, it's either because the partners forgot what they liked about each other or because they failed to reach the expectations of each other in the relationship.

“Here, I would just say that lets keep calling each other with the names we were cheating with because, this is who we wanted and so we keep the names and convince ourselves to keep cheating on each other with each other,” Daniel said.

The Fatboy show is hosted by James Onen aka Fatboy, Olive and Sarah every weekday from 6am to 10am on RX Radio.

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