Here are some suggestions on how to feel more connected with your partner and ways to rekindle love in your relationship:
1. Communicate your feelings
At a time when you’re together and have the freedom to talk, simply tell your partner that you have something to discuss with them.
For connecting with your spouse, tell them how you’re feeling and how much you truly want to change things.
Reach out in love, without blame or judgment, and simply let your partner know that you don’t want things to continue the way they have been.
Tell them how much you miss the romance and connection that you’re lacking. Take a chance and make that connection. Reach for their hand, and embrace them with a kiss that lets them know you’re serious.
2. Plan a romantic dinner
Set up a romantic dinner and seduction. Don’t play or be coy; simply be direct and let your partner know that you want to rekindle romance, and you want to begin now.
Dress to impress and have all the trappings, food, wine, and soft music. Make no mistake, this is adult behavior, and you are letting your partner know that you’ve been missing your connection.
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As an author, blogger and podcaster, Stuart has helped couples around the world to experience a unique relationship in which they can feel special and important, confident in knowing they are loved deeply and that their presence matters.
His weekend workshop, Two Days: Seven Conversations has become a popular venue for many to set off on their journey of connectedness. The Couples Expert Podcast consists of weekly provocative conversations offering the perspectives and insight of experts from a variety of relationship-related fields. Stuart also offers daily relationship video tips on The Couples Expert YouTube channel. Stuart practices in Scottsdale, Arizona, where he lives with his loving wife of many years, and their therapy dog, Ollie.