Many couples have used these questions to determine if a lifetime of love was in their destiny. For some, their partner's answers made it clear they were not meant to spend a lifetime together. Other couples who have been together for many years have found that these questions have brought them much closer together. "My husband and I have had a pretty good marriage of 14 years. We began emailing the questions and answers to each other at work these last few weeks and it was almost as if we were dating again. I felt goosebumps to read his answers and we both have been so excited to see each other each evening. We are getting to know each other on a much deeper level and I don't recall ever being happier." Barbara Fields Honolulu Hawaii.
The author was offering the ebook, which I purchased, however, it is quite lengthy though well worth the investment. I am not promoting the sale of this book, just noting that it is a great resource. I tried it and actually enjoyed putting feelings in to words. We made a pact to be honest and to reveal how we really felt. We really had a new outlook on our relationship and what we needed to do to be more in tune with one another.
Couples do forget to take time for one another and all of the nice things we did for one another in the beginning of the relationship seem to take a backseat at times to other issues and activities. Don't let things go too long and/or too far. Address those little things that are getting on your nerves before they grow into something much more. If you are fortunate enough to have that kind of marriage/relationship already, then consider yourself blessed and continue to work at it.
What do you personally think? What rituals could be added to our relationship on a daily, weekly, monthly and yearly basis that would help us to remain close?
One ritual that could be added to our relationship on a daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly basis, that would help us to remain close, is to send each other Valentine's ...