Maybe it was a simple, “I miss you” text during the workday, or a home cooked meal.Creating a daily routine around gratitude will quickly become a favorite time of the day where you feel more connected and intimate. Most marriages go through an adjustment period the first year, especially if you haven’t lived together before.Trying to see a situation from your spouse's perspective is supposed to be a good thing, right?
If you can’t stand the person but have a great physical relationship, rethink the relationship. If one person is uncomfortable with any type of physical expression, don’t do it. Don’t push a date to do anything that makes him/her feel uncomfortable.
, is the Jewish Chaplain at Concordia University and has made over 50 successful matches so far, hence the "Love Rabbi" moniker.
While he connects single people within his orthodox Jewish community, you don't have to be Jewish to make good use of his advice.
"We all have expectations, and if we don't share them, they're not going to be met," she says. "Tuesday is not a romantic day, but it happens to be Valentine's Day." It's not a trap, and you're not being coy — you're just asking for what you want.
"You can be with your partner for 50 years, but nobody will be able to meet your expectations unless you share them," she says.