A cocoon couple is the couple who are together and never to be separated. Is this your case? Professor Jean Kellerhals explained the signs to identify this type of couple.
Many couples are perfect happy in a life together. This is the case with fellow couple or even the cocoon couple. Except there are some differences. In fact, Professor Jean Kellerhals, from the University of Lausanne, explained that the cocoon couple is likely build a relationship bubble. Contrary to fun couple, the cocoon couple has a natural tendency to separate themselves from the outside world. Beyond this point, one of the unique hallmarks of this type of couple is the strong bond that unites partners.
This couple is fighting tooth and nail to maintain their privacy. Suffice it to say, there are no more secrets in their family life. Not to mention the fact that what happens in other parts of the world has absolutely nothing to do with them. Hinuon ‘they are very closed on the outside, the married life of cocoon couples is simply the most beautiful. The atmosphere is generally comfortable and present good rapport with the couple. Let’s also add the generosity that is so prevalent. Note that the distribution of tasks is not strict. as fellow couplenaturally everyone understands what they are going to do and the couple cooperates with each other in a natural way.
Except that the outside doesn’t have to be bad
However, Professor Jean Kellerhals explains that erecting a wall to sever external relations is not not necessarily a good thing. In fact, a cocoon couple is rather simple cannot profit from enrichment to be provided in its external environment. The specialist also added the negative side to the strong closeness between colleagues.
It can overconfidence. That can be difficult in some situations or if facing some problems. For example, the couple is unable to express themselves when one is missing. Similarly, it is often necessary for the couple to be complete enjoy. So this is a point to settle if you want the relationship to last.
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