Little Known Way To Prevent Turning Into The Boring Old Married Couple!

10 Feb

We have never been busier as a society. Date night. Who has the time? And not to mention energy! The truth is, if you don’t take the time for date night, you’ll never have the time for date night.

It is the night when you doll up and go out on a date with the person that you love. It reminds us when we first fall in love, spending time together is just so natural. We are like magnets, drawn in to each other again and again.

We have boundless energy, talking for hours late into the night about our hopes, dreams, and fondest moments. We are spontaneous, fun, crazy, and drunk with love.

However, as we dwell in the mundane world with so many commitments and so few hours in the day, the chemistry fades away silently. And the danger here is that you start to drift apart, spending less quality time together, not engaging as often, and growing in different directions. This leaves you and your relationship vulnerable to arguments, resentment, and affairs. (Oh no! Am I thinking too much??)

The good thing is we can prevent all these from happening. Experts agree that the way to keep your marriage a priority is to spend time together. And a date night is the easiest way…

Dine at a nice restaurant with good steak and wine.

Sipping champagne while watching sunset in the sky.

Or a seafood feast by the beach.

And even better, a great exotic getaway...

Let’s admit it, we all want to be happily married. And in order to do so we first need to prioritize quality time together.

So this year, realize the importance of dating, and make it happens~

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5 Responses to “Little Known Way To Prevent Turning Into The Boring Old Married Couple!”

  1. Stephanie Guzman February 11, 2012 at 2:06 pm #

    I love this!!! So true!

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  2. Sunshine February 13, 2012 at 2:13 pm #

    As always, beautiful photos Eryn!

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  3. Wayne February 13, 2012 at 3:06 pm #

    If more people worked on their marriages, there would be even more happy people!

    Two out of three first-time marriages are still MARRIED. And forty percent after twenty years together are still in-love ….

    😉

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    • Eryn Wong February 13, 2012 at 4:16 pm #

      Hi Wayne! Thank you so much for your comment.

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