When a couple plays together, they are happier in their relationship and feel closer. Playing with a purpose reduces stress and brings people closer together.
Even if your partner likes Acts of Service and you like Words of Affirmation, telling each other you love them can make your relationship stronger.
Date nights are important for keeping the spark alive in a relationship. The focus should be on giving care on purpose, not on spending too much. Pick things that fit you and your partner.
Relationships often have disagreements, but it's important to fight fairly. Stay on topic and don't attack people. Using email or text messages can help slow things down.
Long-term relationships create a shared history, and the holidays are a chance to make your own customs and show the giving spirit.
Life and relationships are always going through changes. Strong couples change and grow together, and they celebrate each other's and their own growth.
Spice up your physical affection routine to boost relationship satisfaction. Small moments of touch like a hug or back rub release oxytocin and connect you.
Share new adventures with someone you've known for a long time. Do things from your dream list or try something new in the bedroom to keep in touch.
When you travel with your partner, you get closer, make new memories, and work better as a team. It can also make you a better lover.
Check in, go to therapy, and go on retreats with your partner often to keep your marriage healthy and avoid problems.