Is it a good idea for a couple to have planned "alone time" or should it be spontaneous?
It's very important to be intentional and plan time together. If you have children, being spontaneous gets harder and harder as they get older. If you do not plan time together, you will not spend time alone as a couple. Not only should couples plan 'dates', but also should plan sex. Monthly dates outside the home, and away from kids....you cannot talk about the kids, money, bills, work, or in-laws! Once a week have an in-home date (no tv, computers, electronic games). Once a year (at least) a weekend away to relax and re-evaluate your relationship.
by Lissa Clason3 years ago
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by Jan Fowler7 years ago
Is it a good idea for a married couple to work together in the same business?Are there limits or boundaries that should be agreed upon before adding a business relationship to a marraige?
by Steven Escareno7 years ago
I saw a documentary on the science channel the other day, where some scientists are working on a way to bring back dinosaurs for research purposes. apparently they got the inspiration from "jurassic...
by freecampingaussie4 years ago
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by Esenbee20 months ago
Is rekindling an old flame a good idea for a healthy relationship?
by cjcarter5 years ago
Is being in a "friends with benefits" relationship a good idea?One of my best friends is (just recently) in this kind of situation with one of her guy friends. It is none of my business what she does or...
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