4 ways to sustain love in your marriage
Sustaining Love in marriage can be very tricky but when the right wisdom is applied its absolutely awesome.
It’s been argued that love alone doesn’t sustain a marriage
The spark that brought couples together seem to fly out the window after a certain period of being together.
Little wonder it’s said that love does not keep a marriage, but These things do
Most times because the love is no longer there, spouses turn to outsiders to get the spark they need.
This results to either or both of the partner cheating.
This ends up causing so much havoc and harm to the union.
Here are 4 ways to sustaining love in your marriage.
Don’t Stop Going On Dates : After marriage, the focus sometimes shifts from yourself to the kids or other responsibilities.
Endeavor to dedicate time to go on night dates with your spouse.
Bring someone over to stay with the kids and just go on a date to have fun and actually reconnect again.
Practice Romance : Possibly romance was on of the things that sky rocketed your love affairs while dating and because you are married you stopped.
Explore new ways to give your partner that butterfly feeling in their stomach.
Don’t hesitate to be romantic in your marriage, it keeps the love fresh and alive.
Unplug From Technology : The internet will always have something to keep us glued.
Make out time to be truly present and have present minded conversations and intimacy without being interrupted by your gadgets or technology.
Just keep those things out and talk heart to heart with your spouse.
Celebrate each Other : Always find a way to specially celebrate your spouse not just on their birthdays or anniversaries.
Just celebrate them for little things that might seem negligible.
Send Sweet text, call them while they are out to celebrate them for being the best spouse.
Just find reasons to celebrate your spouse, it definitely keeps the love alive.
When we continuously do these thing and many others not mentioned here, you will be having same feelings you had when the relationship kicked off.