In reference to relationships, I agree, it is difficult to keep someone’s interest. I think you should be your own focus. I know it sounds funny talking about relationships, but you have to know yourself before you can know someone else. A piece of advice that was shared with me is to “never let the seasons get behind you.” I’ve learned that all types of relationships change with the seasons. While you’re transitioning to a new season life happens. Have you ever had a friend that lived in your neighborhood and went to the same school? Then they unexpectedly move away, and you don’t hear from them ever again? Unfortunately that’s how life works people come and go in each season. You have to stay focused on the present. There’s a song titled Sorry Ms. Jackson by the rap duo Outkast. Andre Benjamin (one of the two artists) said in the song “you can plan a pretty picnic but you can’t predict the weather.” That is true you can plan to be with a person but if the two of you are just not in sync nothing will keep your significant other’s interest. Again, relationships are very hard work. There is an idea that I use in my own relationship, I hope it helps. If you yourself are aware of the present and preparing for the future (keyword: PREPARING) keep your significant other involved and aware of the changes you are making or about to make. Sometime this will be a difficult task because the two of you may not have the same vision for your lives. However, if the two of you are on one accord and want to push toward forever open and honest communication will do it. That alone will keep the both of you interested. With that being said, don’t let the seasons get behind you and communicate even when it hurts. The key to a successful relationship is growing through the bad and enjoying the good moments each season has to offer together. Just be your true self and the adventures of life will keep you interesting.