7 WAYS TO SUNDAY

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Being in a long term committed relationship takes effort, but it’s so worth it.  Here’s a list of one thing you can do each day of the week to cement the bond you have with your partner.

Monday:  Get up early to have coffee together before you leave for work.

Tuesday: Text your partner a love note on their lunch break.

Wednesday: Dinner for two at home or in a quiet romantic restaurant.

Thursday: Slip a love note in his/her pocket promising a sexy surprise after work.

Friday: Do something for them that they don’t expect. It could be a chore or an errand.

Saturday: Plan a walk, a bike ride, or some outdoor activity for the two of you together.

Sunday: Let him/her sleep in and have breakfast and the paper in bed together perhaps a sexy favor.

This is just the beginning. Come up with your own list each week and you’re going to find that life will become more exciting and your bond with your partner will become closer by the day.

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Stuart Fensterheim LCSW helps couples to overcome the disconnection in their relationships As an author, blogger and podcaster, Stuart has helped couples around the world to experience a unique relationship in which they can feel special and important, confident in knowing they are loved deeply and that their presence matters.His weekend workshop, Two Days: Seven Conversations has become a popular venue for many to set off on their journey of connectedness. The Couples Expert Podcast consists of weekly provocative conversations offering the perspectives and insight of experts from a variety of relationship related fields. Stuart also offers daily relationship video tips on The Couples Expert YouTube channel.Stuart practices in Scottsdale, Arizona, where he lives with his loving wife of many years, and their therapy dog, Ollie.

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