In our last post, we dug into 10 tips for rekindling the spark of your marriage. These ideas can help you adjust your perspective, see the best in each other, and spend the quality time that is essential for a healthy, happy relationship. Today, let’s dive into 10 more. The more you can incorporate things
Over time, couples can drift apart if they aren’t actively working on their relationship. Feeling “out of love” can happen to us all, but fortunately, you can get things back on track! If you’re feeling disconnected, use these tips to rekindle the spark in your marriage. Be patient, and let these ideas bring you closer
In our last entry, we listed some of the ways you can work toward rebuilding your connection to your spouse. These ongoing practices are relatively simple to build into your daily life, and will have big results on how you feel about each other. Today, we’re going over a few more tips for falling back
Relationships change over time – that’s just a cold, hard fact. Sometimes they grow stronger, sometimes they drift apart, and sometimes they’re just… Different. There’s nothing wrong with an evolving marriage. It’s only natural. If you find that you’re drifting apart over the years, however, it’s time to take some action! There are steps you
In the first part of this post, we looked at 10 important ways you can help bring the spark back into your marriage. Today, we’re picking up right where we left off with 10 more tips for getting out of a slump, rekindling the passion in your marriage, and making your relationship the best it can be.
As couples spend more and more time together, the dynamic of their relationship is bound to change. As the years go by, the unfortunate reality is that many couples grow complacent, so this natural change in the relationship isn’t just one of difference – the quality of the marriage actually declines.
This is extremely common, but only because most people don’t know about the simple things they can do to keep romance and connection alive with their spouse, and instead take the marriage for granted (and let it slip into complacency and unhappiness).
There are, however, a great many ways to rekindle passion, build feelings of love and connection to one another, and in doing so, make your marriage the best it can be – no matter how long you’ve been together.
This is quite a long list, so we’re splitting it up into two parts. Today, we’ll look at the first batch of tips for getting the love back into your marriage:
Of all the things you could choose to make your New Year’s resolution for 2015, there’s one HUGE change that could make all the difference in your marriage, your job – in every aspect of your life.