The key to passing the 30-day love test is adding more romance into the relationship to achieve the feelings at the beginning of the relationship. The test challenges couples to take action to make their partners happy and reignite a new flame in a relationship that may feel stagnant.
The 30-day love tests asks participants to begin by making a list of the actions they took to attract their partners at the beginning of the relationship or courtship. For example, partners may have learned more about their significant other's hobbies or interests, put more effort into appearances and clothing selections or made more time for date nights at the start of the relationship.
Once a list is compiled, the couples are encouraged to do everything on the list and act as if the relationship is new for 30 days. The goal is to fall in love all over again and reignite the passion within the relationship. The 30-day test can be a solo act too. For example, one partner can launch the test without telling the other partner. As a result, the partner may become more interested and willing to put in as much effort into the relationship. Passing the test does not rely on the end result; just putting effort into the relationship to better understand each other and show affection is a success in itself.