Date night shouldn’t be the only time when you and your partner bond, this should be happening on a constant basis to keep your relationship healthy and vibrant.
One of the best ways you both can dedicate time to your relationship is by making dinner together at least once a week.
Think about the last time you had a disagreement with your partner. Big or small, confronted or avoided, how did it make you feel? While you think about your answer, let me explain to you how a small misunderstanding can turn into a source of conflict. Once you understand this concept, you will be able to communicate better with your partner.
My mother-in-law was diagnosed with Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) two years ago. You hear the stories of how people live with CHF for years with the right type of medications, however, that wasn’t the case for her. Unfortunately, she was born with congenital heart disease that was never diagnosed. Shortly, after my husband retired from the Marines – she became critically ill and was in and out of the hospital.
How often do you get a good make out session in? If less than once a day, you may want to do it more. And if it’s been a while, you’ve got some catching up to do because you don’t want to miss out on all the great benefits of kissing.
Yes, kissing can offer a lot of things from romance to eroticism…
But, there are other scientifically-proven health perks that may make you want to start stealing kisses whenever possible :).
Take a look at the following reasons to kiss at least 1 hour today (and maybe everyday):
As much as we hate conflict in our relationships, they are almost impossible to avoid. In fact, if you aren’t having any kind of conflict something is seriously wrong.
Either one of you is too afraid to share your opinion. Or, one of you is keeping the other one shut out and that’s a whole different conversation.
But, we’ll save that one for another day.
Right now, I want to help you understand why conflict is so important for your relationship and give you 3 techniques to handle them successfully.
I’m sure you’ve been phubbed before, but do you regularly do it to your partner?
What’s phubbing you ask?
This isn’t a new trend that’ll fade by next year. It’s actually something we’re all guilty of and it’s been going on practically forever. Now it just has a name….
This post was originally published via The Huffington Post on July 18, 2017.
No one wants a boring sex life. Yet, if you’ve been in a relationship for two years or longer, it may start to feel just that – boring! Even though you love each other, after “doing it” so many times, it may not feel as exciting as the first time. And since humans form habits easily, it’s completely normal to fall into predictable sex patterns.