On our wedding day, they were prompted to give advice, as is customary for the longest-married couple in attendance, and they said, 'Never sleep in separate beds.'" "Be good parents. Respect your differences and keep a good sense of humor, even when dealing with routine matters. Responsibility to respect the partner, let go, and work hard to know each other. Realize that each is a different person with a totally different personality; and give each other space and respect." "Renew your vows to each other in your head every single day, and keep this in mind when things aren't going so easily.Squeeze their hand when you've had a bad day to remind them of your love.If you're like many married couples, you've gotten caught up in the routine of jobs, parenting, church, and other commitments.
So leave the house, go to dinner and maybe even take in a movie (the kind that’s shown in a theater) “If you want to keep your marriage alive, you must, must, must make a date night once a week,” says Lyss Stern, a mother of three and CEO of Diva
Date Night, like marriage, can be different for everyone!
But, there’s a few things that are the hallmark of a great date.
More than 30% of single women told Glamour they haven’t been on a “real” date in more than a year, and 88% of women in relationships don’t have regular date nights.
And 72% of new and expectant mothers told Bravado Designs, a nursing apparel company, that date nights are important — but only a third were actually having them.