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5 Valentine's Day Must Do's For Your Spouse
by Les and Leslie Parrott
Valentine’s Day is almost here! No other day of the year focuses so closely on love, so this is your perfect chance to show your spouse how much they mean to you.
Today we’re sharing 5 things you must do for your spouse on Valentine’s Day this year. They’re designed with flexibility and creativity in mind, so take them and make them your own! Click here to read more.
He Said/She Said
We asked Jon and Sunny (married 13 years): “What is your favorite Valentine’s Day memory as a married couple?”
Jon: Funny thing, we never celebrate on Valentine’s Day. REALLY! We always go somewhere nice to eat on a day AROUND Valentine’s Day because we want to spend uninterrupted, non-stressful time together.
Sunny: To us, Valentine’s Day crazy crowd is no way to celebrate. We try to show our love for one another every day with things like dating regularly and doing housework together. Occasionally Jon will surprise me with something extra special, like concert tickets.
Talk About It - What is your favorite Valentine’s Day memory as a married couple?
Grab a sticky note, fill in the blank below, and put it in a place your spouse will find it (e.g., washing machine, steering wheel, bathroom mirror, etc.). Take a picture of the note and upload it to the social media outlet of your choice, and include #MarriedLifeSoutheast.
I love you more than __________ .
Each month we want to share a good post with simple things that can dramatically impact marriages. Check out this post...
Each month, we will bring you one tip that will hopefully bring you closer in the bedroom. This month, we want you to hear from by Shannon Ethridge, M.A. Author, Speaker, Life/Relationship Coach.
During one meal this week, ask each other this question:
If you could relive one day of our relationship, what would it be?
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The best gift you can give your spouse is a healthy you—healthy spiritually, physically, mentally and emotionally. Consider exploring a new resource to invest in a better you.
Book Recommendation - The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts by Gary D Chapman
Every marriage can use great resources - Be sure to forward this to another couple!!! And be sure to tell others about Married Life.