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How to Spice Up your Marriage

Over time, as your marriage goes on and your family grows, that fire that you had at the beginning of your relationship can start to dwindle, even to the point where you might be considering marriage therapy in Utah. While marriage therapy helps many couples, there are also things you can do in your marriage before it get to the point of therapy. Just remember it’s all about the little things.

1

Everyone loves surprises

Everyone loves surprises

Surprise your significant other with a date night, just the two of you. Whether it be at a nice restaurant or a romantic set up at home. Wherever it may be just make sure it’s only the two of you — no children, no parents, no couple friends.

2

At the end of a long day, offer to give your spouse a foot or back massage.

At the end of a long day, offer to give your spouse a foot or back massage.

You never know — they may want to return the favor.

3

Passionately kiss your significant other at random moments.

Passionately kiss your significant other at random moments.

It doesn’t have to lead to anything, but if it does just go with it.

4

You are never too old to play with each other.

You are never too old to play with each other.

Have a tickle fight or game of keep away. Having fun with each other is the best part of a marriage. Re-kindle the flirting that got her to fall in love with you, guys.

5

Leave your spouse a note some place where they will find it later.

Leave your spouse a note some place where they will find it later.

Nothing long; just a simple sticky note telling them how much you love them. A sure-fire way to put a smile on their face.

6

Maintain eye contact.

Maintain eye contact.

Everyone knows how to flirt with their eyes. Just getting that look from your significant other can turn your whole day around.

7

Be spontaneous and go on a trip with your spouse.

Be spontaneous and go on a trip with your spouse.

Nothing has to be planned; just take the time and spend it with each other.

8

Pillow talk.

Pillow talk.

Your spouse isn’t just your spouse; they should be your best friend. Stay up all night all talk and laugh together, and remember those funny moments you’ve had together.

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