The dating connection
When life gets busy, it can make us feel disconnected and distant from our partner and can put a strain on our relationships.
I know when my husband and I have had busy weeks or have been apart for long periods of time, I start to feel irritated by small things, frustrated and lonely in our relationship.
On crazy days filled with crying kids, late nights at the office, meetings at church and responsibilities around the house, sometimes my husband and I flop into bed at night, look at each other and just say “Hi there!
” It almost seems like the first time we really greet each other with undivided attention. Although you’ve been around each other, you haven’t had much of a chance to be “together” or connect at all.
It has been so fun and I really look forward to it in my inbox!!
We have shared memories, goals, compliments and had conversations we probably wouldn’t have otherwise.
You will love this island with its friendly people, pristine beaches, mountains, food, and of course, thousands of exotic females to date.
Or if you only have time for a date night once a month? Talking with your spouse will, of course, bring you closer, but sometimes we have to think outside the box when it comes to conversations.
It can seem like you are two bodies just passing each other without much interaction!
Since we are all busy and short on time, we need fast, easy, CONVENIENT ways to stay connected with our spouses amongst the chaos.
Without a strong emotional connection, relationships can easily drift apart.”Whatever the obstacles to you staying close with your sweetie, we definitely don’t want to let our connection fade and drift apart from our spouse. How do we find the connection with our spouses when we barely even seem to have time to talk?
If you are a follower of the Dating Divas, you know we advocate for regular date nights, which REALLY help you grow closer to your spouse!