A great point of reference in support of courting your spouse is a report released by The National Marriage Project titled, The report, published in 2012, points to some of the excellent benefits a couple can experience by continuing to date after they marry and point to the fact that “couple time” can lead to happier spouses partly because being one-on-one fosters increased levels of communication, sexual satisfaction, and commitment.
A few of these benefits specifically discussed in the report are: The National Marriage Project Just think about all the stress a couple is likely to endure during marriage: Work-related stresses, financial stresses, frustration with in-laws, other family members or neighbors, job loss, medical or emotional problems, accidents, child-rearing, etc.
He was raised in a family who loved, cherished, respected, and honored each other. Here's one example of the "little kindesses" that drew me in.
It does not take years of marriage to discover that boredom has set in.
They became home base for the other, sounding board, confidante, and cheering section.
Their marriage was twenty years in the making when I met them, and I loved what I saw – that’s probably one reason I was so attracted to their son.
It is possible to keep love and romance alive in your marriage with some planning and effort.
Regular date nights can help the stresses of life become manageable as you revisit the most important aspect of your marriage, you as a loving couple.As you break it downget to the heart of flirtingyou soon recognize that the key component of courting is flirtation.Before you consider reinstating flirtation into your marriage, you must first get your head in the right frame of mindwhere it once was during the courting stage of your relationship.Couples who still "feel the glow" in their marriage are those, who on a daily basis, have nurtured the friendship that is the basis of all happy marriages."The determining factor in whether wives feel satisfied with the sex, romance and passion in their marriage is, by 70 percent, the quality of the couple's friendship.