It all seems to easy when we first start dating. We are excited about this new individual. We look forward to their calls and can’t wait for the next night out to be alone in their presence. We listen with baited breath on every story they share. Taking in every word as an adventure we wanted to share in. As the days progress, our fondness grows. Our admiration increases…and then we find ourselves falling in love.
When dating the experience is light hearted and full. Whether planned or spontaneous, we enjoy our moment in time with this special someone. As the days progress, the weeks rolls by, love captivates us, we find ourselves at the alter with the one who captured our heart.
Was it the various dates that led to this moment?! I believe it was a combination of the conversations that took place during these delightful date night experiences, enjoying one another’s company, getting to know this person and desiring to know more and more with each conversation and experience.
This is what happens during a date night experience. But it seems once we date, the chase is over. The excitement for a night out on the town is no longer focused on sharing more intimate time alone with our love, but instead a chance to get away from the house…without the kids. I say let’s end this. Let’s take the time, to find the time to…date again. Date not just to have some time out, but to have some WE time again. Time to get close.
Research shows that couples who continue to share their head and their heart with their spouse, remain close and enrich their closeness with one another. This in turn builds their couple friendship and enriches their connection as well as their sex lives together.
We should never stop dating our spouses. It’s what led to matrimony right? So why stop doing the very thing that led you to each other. ❤️❤️❤️
So le’ts create a movement. Let’s get back into the excitement of date night…BE INSPIRED TO LOVE.