Dating husbands best friend
You may just remember what having a fun conversation is like again!
Maybe it's as involved as a weekend B&B trip, or maybe it's as simple as spending an afternoon playing tourist in your hometown—say, by checking out the new neighborhood sushi place or visiting a nearby historical site."We all know that waiting until the end of the night to have sex often means you fall asleep before you get to it," says Ian Kerner, a relationship and sex expert, and author.
" One of the easiest ways to rekindle your romance is to act like you did way back when you were dating, says Michele Weiner-Davis, author of "Divorce Busting." Try a pet name that you used in the early years of your relationship, or the simply more affectionate "Hon's" and "Babe's" that you may not have uttered in years.
Spend a few moments jotting down your greatest hits from your years together—from the biggies, like your wedding day, to the smaller memories, like the song you played over and over on a camping trip one year.
Related: How to find lifetime love: 10 secrets from couples married for decades There is nothing wrong with vegging out with your man after a long day, but if Monday through Thursday evenings always consist of little more than zoning out to the DVR or doing separate activities side-by-side (he reads sports news while you cruise Pinterest), tweak your lazy, chill time to make it more loving. Or his-and-her backrubs while you watch your favorite show?
Or if you can squeeze it into your schedule, after the kids are in bed, put away the tub toys and enjoy a bath together. " or "Hey, did you remember to call the accountant?