How to Make Time for your Significant Other

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Are you finding that your busy schedule is getting in the way of creating time for your significant other? It’s no wonder with the many demands of life that a large number of couples let their relationship needs slide. While it is completely understandable, it can be detrimental to your relationship if you let that connection fade. Most divorced couples state that they simply grew apart, and we want to make sure that you do not grow apart from your significant other so today we will share with you some ideas regarding how to make time for your significant other.

  • Have a Regular Date Night – be sure to carve out time to have a regular date night with your significant other, this doesn’t have to involve leaving the home. Simply plan to have a specific day of week and time that you both join each other for time alone.
  • Shut off at end of Day – raising kids and working busy careers means that you both are devoted to family as well as work, but if you continue focusing only on those portions of life what is left at the end of the day? Take time at the end of each day to unwind together before bedtime.
  • Go on Adventures – it doesn’t take much time to have the grandparents or a friend watch the children so you two can have an adventure day. Pop $20 into the gas tank and set your eyes on a new place to have an adventure, this builds excitement back into your relationship.
  • Keep Each other Accountable – use each other’s strengths to keep the other accountable. Have daily discussions about work, family and other obligations together to ensure neither are over committing themselves which can lead to stress.
  • Discuss Goals – a relationship is much like a business arrangement, you both have agreed to spend life together and have needs as well as wants. Discuss goals both for the relationship and as individuals on a regular basis to maintain a solid bond.

There are so many ways you can sneak in time for your significant other; it’s simply a matter of mindset. When you have your relationship set to a priority level of that you would for your career, there is always going to be a way to make time for your significant other just as you would for your career and children. It takes two people joined together to build a life, remember that you choose your partner for a reason. We hope that these tips help assist you in reconnecting with your significant other and in turn craving out time each day to reconnect as a couple.

Posted by Brandy Tanner   @   2 May 2016 0 comments

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