50 dating ideas for married couples
We were much more tuned in to each other than when we'd left.
Date 2: Going Back in Time I decided it might be fun to head to the birthplace of our romance.
On a theater website I scored tickets for an off-off-Broadway show. I slipped my hand in his, and soon we were imagining what kind of party we'd throw there if we could.
We were making new memories, and even a few days later, we were recounting them.When we got off, I was practically skipping as I ran to see our picture at the kiosk.My terror as we waited to board the ride charmed David, he said later.According to Arthur Aron, Ph D, a professor of psychology at Stony Brook University, going on interesting dates is good for a marriage.Dinner at the same old restaurant each week will only bring more ho-hum into an already ho-hum relationship. Aron says, you've got to make it a point to try new things.