Valentine’s Day is the celebration of love and affection! We often celebrate with a loved one or sometimes it’s with an acquaintance if we are both single. It has become customary to give the gift of flowers, candy, greeting cards and jewelry.
Excuse me for this slight detour in thought, but it will all make sense in a minute. I was having a conversation with an acquaintance that is married. The subject turned to breathing life back into his marriage. My friend explained that his wife worked long hours and that his schedule was a bit more flexible and that he often had dinner ready when she got home. “But” he said “there just isn’t the passion there anymore.” I pointed out some simple things that he might do to revive a relationship that is in the doldrums. Most of the things I pointed out were simple things like picking up a bouquet of flowers or a plant on the way home form work. He could schedule a date night, a couples massage, or something even simpler like a card saying I love you and I appreciate you.
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Over the past 30 years, Rick Soetebier has been a student of self and relationship improvement for more than 28 years. He is an astute observer of people and relationship issues. Over time and through a relationship and marriage that ended after 25 years, Rick started to develop some of the fundamental principles that are found in his book, Dating Backward: A practical guide to dating and finding your soul mate. You can benefit from his observations, education, research and personal experience by letting him help you make better relationship decisions. Date consciously and settle for nothing less than extraordinary in your next relationship.