There’s not much that keeps the fire going in a marriage better than a good date night!
“Date Nights are so important” is a common advice from married couples for good reason! First, knowing how “important” it is makes it seem rather like a chore, doesn’t it?
Some people like to spice things up in the bedroom.
Some people reconnect over a quiet conversation with glass of wine or cup of coffee.
“Lying in bed watching Netflix and drinking wine is not going to do it,” adds Stern, married for 13 years.
Laziness, exhaustion, burnout and changing mores are a constant problem, but the numbers a show strong demand for a least a little old-fashioned dating.
You could be married to any one of 50 different people, and you’d just have a different relationship and issues with each.
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.
But here's the deal: Now that you're married, you need to do the same thing! And that's why dating shouldn't stop with marriage. It means you're going to have to make your marriage and your spouse a priority.
Dating your mate will help the two of you begin to reconnect, rekindle the romance in your relationship, and pull your marriage out of the rut it's stuck in. And that's why we want to help you get motivated to start dating your mate again, by coaching you on how to get the ball rolling.