Spring is a season of renewal, rebirth, and love. The sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and everything feels fresh and new. It's the perfect time to reconnect with your significant other and create some unforgettable memories together. In this blog post, we'll explore 10 romantic things to do during the spring that are sure to reignite the spark in your relationship.
As a busy mom and wife, it can be challenging to find the time and energy to bond with your family during the week. Between work, school, extracurricular activities, and other responsibilities, it's easy to let quality time with your loved ones slip away. That's why weekends are so valuable – they provide the perfect opportunity to slow down and reconnect with your family. In this post, we'll explore some fun and meaningful ways to bond as a family on the weekend.
It is rather common for partners to lose interest in a relationship as life begins to show its true colors, whether you've been in a relationship for several weeks or several years. This is especially true when dealing with the harsh reality of the pandemic when all of your focus would be diverted from your relationship.
Relationship anxiety isn’t something that’s not easy to chew. It can even cause relationships to end and go as far as causing divorce for married couples. Having some anxieties in a relationship is normal. Everyone experiences those at least once in a relationship. If you’ve had a past relationship in the past or even if you’ve witnessed a bad relationship (such as your parents) then it only makes sense that you’re going to have some anxiety over your current relationship. But it does get to a point where it not only wears down on your mental health but your partner's health as well. This even includes the entire relationship too. These are some tips for learning to cope with relationship anxiety.
Wait a minute! One day a year is barely enough to celebrate the love between me and my husband. However, I understand Valentine’s Day is a notable reason to reignite the romance in our relationship, but for some it may feel like an obligation. The holiday becomes more about gifts and fancy dinners than true love.
I remember back when Tim and I were first married? The romantic candlelit dinners, in anticipation of that good night kiss! Oh such great memories. . . . date nights were so fun and easy! Fast forward 19 years and three children. Let me be frank: our daughters, while adorable and lovable and a gift from God, are 100% romance killers.
Let's face it! Wedding planning can be a stressful process, and it's common for brides to feel like hindsight is 20/20 once they have gone through the process. At the end of the day, it’s important not to sweat the small stuff and to realize your years of marriage are much more important than the day of your wedding ceremony.