Grand Prairie Personals Advice for keeping your romance alive during a long term relationship.
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My husband and I recently celebrated our 26th anniversary. That alone doesn’t qualify me as a source to “go to” for advice, but what does is the fact that we are still passionate about each other.
This may sound too simple but you get the point: Enjoy something together.
Be affectionate! Hold hands while walking. Kiss each other when you leave for work, when you come home and when you turn in for the night. Give each other a neck, shoulder or a foot massage after a stressful day. Gaze into each others eyes when you talk.
Help one another-I’m pretty sure I’m in the majority when I say the sexiest thing my husband does is help with the laundry, the dishes and the cooking! And when he vacuums the animal hair off the wood floors-woohoo!
Renew your vows-whether you do this on your 5th, your 25th (we did) or your 50th (my parents were fortunate enough to be able to); it really does the most positive thing for your relationship. My husband and I were more nervous during our renewal ceremony than during the original one! We cried. It turned out to be one of the most romantic evenings of our time together.
There are absolutely no guarantees that these suggestions will keep a relationship fresh and romantic, but the effort will be appreciated and in the long run will help keep ennui from settling in.