Keep the Fire Alive in Your Relationship

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When we’re in relationships, I can’t stress enough how important it is to make sure that you take some time for yourselves. You should have some alone time that’s just for you. But also, you should dedicate enough time for you and your partner on a romantic level. Romance is a must for all relationships, as well as marriage. And yes, even after you have children. Many times, couples forget to enjoy each other, and their romance ends up taking a backseat. Truly happy couples tend to make time for romance and those special little moments, because it’s imperative to have romance, in order to keep the fire alive in a relationship.


There are many ways that you can make the honeymoon period last throughout your relationship, and not solely in the beginning alone. It’s important to make a date night at least once a week when you’re in a relationship, as well as when you’re married. You should always find ways to remind your loved one how much you love them and how much they mean to you by making the time, putting a little effort into making plans with them, and having a date night. This definitely goes for when you have children together, because if you don’t make the time for romance, then your intimacy together is probably going to suffer as well.


In the same manner that it’s important to keep the romance alive in your relationship, you should also keep the intimacy and fire alive as well. Keep things interesting by trying new things and being spontaneous, instead of being bland, and where you or your partner could unfortunately feel as if your repeat button has gone on for way too long. Anyone can get bored of the same old routine, so remember to be open towards trying new things. And if possible, try to take a weekend vacation if nothing else, and do something fun and exciting, so that the passion never dies out. And if you don’t have the time to take a whole weekend trip, at least schedule out a day trip, so that you’ll have time to spend with one another, and without the stresses of your everyday life on your mind.


Try to put your stress behind you, and keep in mind that you need to make the time for special moments where you can be romantic with your partner, because it will enhance your love life all together. And if anything, it might even make your daily stresses seem more manageable. Let your partner know how much you love and care about them through your words and your actions. There should be a healthy balance between your actions and words. You shouldn’t feel as if you’re keeping the romance alive in your relationship for the sole purpose of making your partner happy. You should do it because it’s a way to keep the love and fire alive in your relationship, and therefore, you should want to do it for the sake of maintaining the happiness within your relationship. 

Anne Cohen

Founder, Owner, Writer, and Editor at Anne Cohen Writes
Anne Cohen is a lifestyle and relationship blogger based in Los Angeles, CA. Her blogs are Anne Cohen and Anne Cohen Writes. She contributes to various publications including The Huffington Post, Elite Daily, and many more. She's passionate about love, writing, chess, and more than anything, her two kids.

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