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Staying emotionally, spiritually, physically connected to your spouse is an ongoing and never ending part of your marriage that should never be taken lightly.  When that happens your relationship wit…



Staying emotionally, spiritually, physically connected to your spouse is an ongoing and never ending part of your marriage that should never be taken lightly.  When that happens your relationship with your spouse is open to separation, conflict and loss of intimacy.  Below, I have listed a few things that my husband and I incorporated in our marriage to keep the bonds of our marriage tight and strong.  And as always, Keep It Hot!

Walk Together (Enjoy Nature)
My husband and I for years have enjoyed the activity of walking, especially on nature trails. Sometimes we talk about anything that comes to mind and sometimes we don't have to say a word. But, at the end of every walk we feel peaceful and happy and a little more connected with each other. 
 
Put God First Together
Loving God together is the most important aspect of marriage.  When you put God in the driving seat of your lives and marriage then you love each other better, have a more positive outlook on life, and strive for the good in everything. 

Volunteer Your Time Together
My husband and I believe that helping people is a requirement of life that should never be avoided.  It makes us feel good and the reward back to us is that we know that God is pleased with our actions.

Cook and Eat (Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner) Together
We all have busy lives but I think that it is important to eat at least one meal everyday together.  Cooking and Eating together opens up opportunities to share your thoughts and  helps you work together as a team.  It's an everyday of getting to know each other a better. 

Exercise Together
Staying healthy and working towards common goals of fitness is a great way to enjoy each other's company and shed a few pounds together.  When couples are committed to exercising and eating healthier it helps in preventing body insecurities and sickness while increasing positivity and sexual awareness in your marriage.

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