I think the romantic ideas a loving couple will take pleasure in for satisfaction in a marital yet passionate relationship is wonderful.
In between older individuals (and also more youthful, as well) is to accept adjustment by keeping the relationship alive.
Sometimes let’s do things against the status quo!
I’m excited to tell you about longtime clients of mine who became close friends, too, having a passionate marriage “ritual” of sorts.
It’s where they drive to the same old stone church they wed in back in 1969 … in the same old 1968 Chevy Malibu (well maintained after all these years) …
In the same suit and wedding dress they wore when they wed.
Because that’s what turns them on! … And they take the exact same picture.
It’s clearly become more important than ever to keep the flames of the passionate marriage burning in our ever stressful world.
Each one with a date, and the dates keep increasing in three year increments.
… and the last time I visited them I was ever so delighted to get there, too.
So, have any romantic ideas of your own?
How can you keep yourselves as attracted to each other as you were when you first met?
Likewise, keep that same youthful energy you had in your relationship over the years (like these old friends?)
I believe you’ll find your answer by reviewing the free video below:
In this age, of increasing divorce rates, and nightmare stories of couples sleeping in different rooms … and no longer being intimate or physical with each other …
Now if there’s any couple I can safely say knows how to keep a relationship flaming with desire and passion over the years, it’s definitely them.
And they stand on the exact same step and spot …
Well, after I arrived at their house the last time I visited the first thing that struck me was a strange set of photos.
Wonderful pics hanging on the wall of their dining room looking out over Lake Erie.
Why did I think it’s strange?
It was then I realized there was a lot I could learn from these two where romantic ideas are concerned.
Despite this guy and gal acted like a teenager couple on their first date because honestly speaking.
At first, I thought that was WEIRD how they are keeping the relationship alive.
If these guys ever really finished their honeymoon, the passion was STILL SIZZLING HOT in the air and I really began to question.
It was the same photo. Over and over again. I thought to myself, this beats all romantic ideas!
And this really got me thinking.
It used to be every couple years I’d go visit this retired couple, friends of mine, and a good reason to visit the lake, too.
Like I was about to say in more detail: And each time they do so, they’d repeat their vows, and have a “mini honeymoon” of sorts to celebrate their love.
The question is, how do you actually do it?
How do you keep the love and romantic ideas between you and your partner strong despite. I mean despite everything being tossed at you on a daily basis?
Nothing beats looking at your partner everyday and just falling in love all over again. Nothing beats having a passionate marriage.
If you can keep the love alive, you’ll be surprised what a difference it can make in saving your marriage.
That warm, exciting feeling you had when you started dating is one of the most incredible feelings in the world.
Nothing beats that rush of adrenaline and that feeling of warmth.
And, that love when you hold your partner tight in your arms … even after you’ve been together for years.
If you want to get that feeling back because you think you lost it, then go forward at taking action on how to keep a relationship alive.
I’d say you’d be glad you decided to keep a passionate relationship for as long as you both live.
Yes, let’s once in a while step on to the wild side and pursing brand-new romantic ideas.
Sure, opportunities that could bring more happiness right into the marital relationship. Just how?
We need to look beyond traditional ways in a favorable manner around ‘passion and change’ for love’s sake.
I mean to determine what is ideal for a long lasting passionate marriage. It is not easy some of the time, as well can get windy.
I’m saying sometime hectic, I’m sure. But what else in life isn’t as we so often view the world in chaos?
After all, A Course in Miracles states:
- “The world you see must be denied, for sight of it is costing you a different kind of vision.”
It is often frightening, irritating as well as a bit dispiriting sometimes when we see the years slipping by.
But let’s value the love and keep moving forward!
(Please note I also suggest this related article on a strong healthy relationship that does not have to be difficult. Whether you are newly together or been married for years, there should be happiness.)
To your passionate relationship,
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