Heading On A ‘Marriage Date’ With Your Partner

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A successful marriage is based on more friendship than a burning romantic love that lasts the ages, because the former is much stronger and can stabilise a connection between two people for longer. But that doesn’t mean romance should die, nor should you let those embers fade.

This is why going on a ‘marriage date’ with your partner could be a great way to rekindle those feelings, to spend time just as the two of you, and to go out and feel like you were exploring the world together again. Not all of us can or want to be without our children frequently, so timing these visits can be astonishingly worthwhile, because it gives them more importance.

And yet doing this can often feel like quite a complicated endeavor. Our question is – why should it? With the following advice, you are certain to head on a great marriage date with your partner, developing a better sense of your loving relationships and continually keeping the romantic fires aflame.

 

Spend An Evening Together – And Dress Up!

There’s nothing more romantic than booking a meal reservation together with a theatre show afterwards, followed by a few drinks at a bar. You may learn how to tie a neck tie on your husband beforehand to start the process of both of you getting dressed up, because you both likely cannot remember the last time you did this. Spending an evening together can help you fall in love with one another all over again. Try not to speak of upcoming obligations such as your child’s parents evening. Try to talk about things that interested you, your opinions on the world, things that you rarely get time to discuss. When you do this, you can once again truly befriend the person with which you have your entire life tied.

 

Start A Movie Night

If you haven’t the ability or inclination to leave your children with someone else while you head out, you may decide to sit inside and watch some movies. A lovely movie date, eating a nice dinner together (perhaps takeout) and then watching something with a glass of wine cuddling on the sofa can help you feel intimate without any of the obligation. It can help you discuss, laugh, and cry together, and generally helps you make time for one another if you struggle to do this.

 

Start A Hobby Together

It might not only be a night that you wish for. Perhaps you both wish to take dancing classes in the evening to learn something fun, or to start learning painting or calligraphy. Perhaps you even want to begin martial arts. Starting a hobby and learning together can once again bind you, and help you discuss and enjoy something that you can both take pride in. This is not a small feat in the slightest, and you’ll likely appreciate this more the longer it continues.

With this advice, you are certain to head on a beautiful marriage date, or a series of them, with your spouse.

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7 Comments

  1. September 27, 2019 / 8:19 pm

    These are very good tips! I used to share hobbies with my husband before having kids. Now we mostly concentrate on taking them to explore the world and have fun! We always say we want to enjoy this time with them, whenever they grow up then we will be alone again and we can start with hobbies again.

  2. Melissa L Cushing
    September 29, 2019 / 6:54 pm

    I always try to do little dates with my husband of 25 years…. it does keep thing fresh and we seriously just have fun together.

  3. Melissa L Cushing
    September 29, 2019 / 7:13 pm

    am loving all of these ideas for date night 😉 I think I am going to focus on a hobby together… maybe we could do painting 🙂 Thank you for sharing!

  4. FS Page
    September 30, 2019 / 5:16 am

    Spending some time for a marriage date sounds like a perfect thing to do with so many things keeping us busy. I have been planning for a movie night since a long time and guess I should do it soon. We have also started gardening together and that keeps us bonded. Great tips.

  5. September 30, 2019 / 6:47 am

    Ah for the days when I was married. I do miss this connection. Having those hobbies or things you could do together was so amazing. I really miss that.

  6. October 1, 2019 / 3:22 am

    This is something every couple should do ones a week. Just two loving people sharing meal and ideas, plans for the future, and experiences from the past.

  7. October 2, 2019 / 1:43 am

    I needed to read this today. My husband and I have been SO disconnected because we haven’t had a proper date night in ages. I really need to make it more of a priority.

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