Young lovers spend hours talking to each other about anything and everything. Affairs begin when two people begin to talk to each other freely. They talk about what they like to eat, funny things they have experienced, their dreams, things they care about, what they dislike. They tell each other their stories. When this kind of sharing stops, the relationship begins to die.
That is what dates are all about. My book, "Becoming Soul Mates" is written in a way that a couple can open it almost any place, read those two pages and have something to talk about. Setting aside a 20 minute talking time each day and going on a short get-away every six to eight weeks would do wonders to rediscover your partner's individuality. The next challenge is to accept and encourage the differences.
DATING AND GET-AWAYS GIVE YOU THE OPPORTUNITY TO NURTURE THE RELATIONSHIP.