I spent time with a friend of mine and the funny thing was, in the 9-10 hours I spent at their home, they weren't in the same room nor did they exchange and dialect. I was taken by this because my husband and I were so close that we shared almost everything. I valued his friendship and he valued mine. We could have a beer and share our day or our deepest thoughts. Most couples don't really take time to build on this area of their relationship. What are ways that you feel this can be accomplished in everyday life?
Friendship is vital to a successful relationship. Otherwise, it will be doomed. I wrote about it.
It's odd that you spent 9-10 hours at someone else's home and you had no exchange or communication with that person. If you weren't there to see them, then what was your reason for being there?
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