When we are speaking with our spouse or partner during a disagreement most of the time, we are barely listening to what our partner is saying.
Many a time, our responses to our partners aren’t responses based on what’s going on in the moment – the responses are based on things we are carrying into the present moment our current argument.
Another way to make your relationship grow is by maintaining awareness of your emotions and of your partner’s needs.
When we are experiencing new things together, it heightens and deepens the connection that we have with our partner.
Are you spending quality time with your partner? Examine the moments, hours, or days that you spend in your partner’s company – is this quality time? Or is this coexisting time?
OK, I understand this is a direct opposite of the previous number; however, sometimes absence does make the heart grow fonder. By spending time apart, we can cultivate a relationship with our self.
Spending less time on the phone is not the same as spending less screen time when you’re with your partner.
Intimacy in relationships doesn’t just mean the act of sex or any acts that are associated with sex.
Many a time in a relationship or marriage, we get overwhelmed with the duties of the day today. We wake up, we get coffee, we make breakfast, we go to work,