3 Little Ways To Get Closer To Your Partner This Weekend

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Just like most other things, relationships need care and attention to grow, blossom, and thrive, otherwise, it will be boring or dead. 

If you don’t feel the same level of excitement with your partner, here are 3 ways you can use to change that dynamic; 

1. Share your highs and lows of the day 

After work, we’re often fond of scrolling through social media or catch on our favorite shows on TV. 

While these self-care activities are essential, it’s important that you create time as a couple and share about your highs and lows that have sprinkled after a busy day at work. 

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This type of heart-to-heart conversation makes couples open up and express their feelings freely. 

This helps the couple reconnect on an emotional level strengthening the glue that holds you as a couple together and create the intimacy you desire. 

2. Have an unplugged session together 

In this digital era, relationships are quite different from the ones decades ago. Couples are spending most of their time glued on their phones, while physically present around one another, making one-on-one conversations rare. 

Therefore, this week, turn off your electronics for better intimacy. Create an unplugged time together where neither of you will be on your phones or other gadgets. 

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Spend quality time together, bond with each other through conversations, and before you know it, you’ll realize you’ve drawn closer to one another. 

3. Give each other a daily compliment 

A daily dose of compliments will not only boost your partner’s self-confidence but will also strengthen your relationship. 

Therefore, make a point to appreciate your partner daily, it will go a long way. If you forget, set a reminder on your phone.

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