Friday, May 27, 2011

Keeping Your Relationship Fresh

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My marriage is the most important thing in my life. I have been with my husband for many years. We're looking forward to celebrating our 11th anniversary this summer. And we've been together for over 16 years...that's more than 1/2 my life. I can't imagine my life without him.

Relationships and marriage are hard work. I will be the first to admit that to you. My husband and I are completely committed to one another, but that doesn't' mean we don't drive each other nuts from time to time. There are times in our lives when we just don't "get" each other. But we're willing to work through it each and every time.

Do you have a place that you can go when you need a little advice about relationships? Sometimes family and friends are really helpful. But there are times when you need an outside perspective. is a great website with tips on keeping your relationship fresh. Maybe you just need to know when the honeymoon phase will end. Or how do you keep the passion in a long distance relationship? They can help you answer that and more.

You can see a video with Hill Harper, actor and author, share his advice about helping relationships to work. He mentions that it's really important to have conversations, listen to each other. This can be hard for many people to make time for, but I agree that it is a very vital part of every relationship.

I like that has advice for dating couples, married and parenting, military relationships and more. There are different dynamics to each individual relationship. But it's best to be able to communicate and have someone to talk to about it besides your partner from time to time. That's what is perfect for. And you can like them on Facebook for even more relationship help.

Comment here with your biggest relationship question.

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Rebecca Shockley said...

I think that this is a wonderful option for couples, especially now a days when people are so willing to throw in the towel and just give up. I personally will be passing this info on to a friend who desperately need it, this is a good topic. Also congrats on a long healthy relationship and may you have many years to come.