I would say the best way to put the spark back into your marriage is to do things together that you both love. It is also great to just have a quiet evening together at least once a week because spending quality time together alone is great for a marriage
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It's easier to maintain a fire than it is to reignite a spark!
The mistake a lot of couples make is downplaying the importance of sex and romance in marriage.
Usually if there is no sex in a marriage then there usually are no wet kisses, hand holding, snuggling, listening intently to one another, taking showers together, hugging,,,etc
Before there is a physical disconnection there is a mental disconnection. The only way to start to become emotionally connected again BOTH people have to first acknowledge they're unhappy with the way things are and decide together to put more effort into improving things between them.
No one person can save a relationship or put the spark back into one.
by Dan Robbins 4 years ago
What are things one can do to spark up their marriage?Even a good marriage can use a jump start from time to time. What are some suggestions you know that have worked or have heard of that might be worth a shot? Don't be shy, just clean.
by taya566 7 years ago
i think what a person should do to rekindle that flame is get to know each other again,and remember what it was when u first met the reason why u liked that person from the beginning .like try communicating without argueing,try a romantic dinner and a movie or even a getaway for the weekend and...
by bettybarnesb 7 years ago
If no presents were given at Christmas, would it still be important to you?
by Sunshiney31 8 years ago
OK I'm not posting this as a way to get sympathy.Surely I'm not.This is just some random questions and thoughts,I'd like to explore.I went to the dr yesterday with my Dad whom has been in my life for around 7 years now.I love him and we are very close.He and I were told his brain is full of tumors...
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