Make Time For Your Spouse – Ten Minutes a Day Can Make a Huge Difference!

Making time for your partner is the most important thing you can do. Here s your first wake-up call. There’s nothing more important than devoting quality time to your partner.

If you both have children, it’s even more important to spend at least one hour a day together. When you were first married, you likely made time to go shopping, visit friends, go to the movies or spend time with one another on a regular basis. Now, if two of you are trying to work out the problems that are ruining your marriage, this isn’t going to cut it any more.

I’m not saying you should be completely available every day. This just isn’t practical. However, you can make a serious commitment to spending quality time together. You can plan dates where you can be together. For instance, you could agree that you can see each other on Father’s Day, Mother’s Day, Christmas Eve, Thanksgiving Day and so on.

This will make time together far easier. You can also decide which member of the family goes to which parent during these special times. In addition to making time to spend with your spouse, you’ll also be able to make time for your children. Allowing your children to share time with their grandparents is very important.

Finally, the best way to make time for your spouse is to connect every day. When you are with one another every day, you’ll feel like you’re connecting. You’ll spend time together and laugh and enjoy life. It can be easy to focus on just your problems and frustrations. However, this will not help you solve them.

Instead, make time to communicate your love languages. When you can clearly communicate your feelings to your partner, you will find that the relationship grows and your connection stronger. You’ll also feel less alone and more connected to your partner. This makes your marriage happier and healthier. Connecting in every day life will allow you to grow a stronger, more meaningful marriage.

Another thing that you can do is create a plan of action for your spouse. For example, do you need to call your spouse every morning and tell them what you’ve been up to? Do you want to go out of town for a romantic weekend? Perhaps, you need to stay home with the kids for the day. Create a schedule of when you need to contact your spouse so that you always have some quality time together.

The next thing that you can do to make time for your spouse is to make time for yourself. I’m sure that you have bills that you are responsible for each month and many other responsibilities. If you only take care of one aspect of your family, such as for instance your mortgage payment, you may find that you have a major conflict with your spouse. It’s important for both of you to be financially responsible for everything. Therefore, it’s important for you to find a way to do something every single day to help minimize stress in the relationship.

Finally, if both of you have areas in which you enjoy being together, you can take turns being responsible for it. For instance, if your spouse enjoys taking pictures with his or her camera, you might want to pick up a few hints for taking better photos. Or maybe you could pick up a few new hobbies together. You could go out and buy a new hobby together or you could go on an expensive date night. Either way, spending quality time together is something that many married couples struggle with.

Zoe Kickhefer
zoe@everydaylifes.com