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Is romance important in the everyday life of couples? If it is how to keep it alive?

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      Mztracy wrote Oct 12, 2010
    • important...helpful but daily is a stretch




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      Cheekymonkey wrote Oct 12, 2010
    • heart It is to me. My hubby is always touching me. When we sit next to each other even if its his foot touching mine were touching. Thats everyday romance to me. He will make my coffee in the morning just the way I love it and when Im tierd clean the kitchen, do the laundry and still tells me he loves me. That is everyday romance. The big gestures are there as well but to me those are easier its the tiny everyday things that still have love that are important to me. I can feel his love in the I love yous. I am truely blessed and romanced everyday.heart




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      Vikki Hall wrote Oct 13, 2010
    • Considering my hubz and I had a split I would say yes to everyday romance. I would say just making sure you take a moment to say I love you, a hug, a kiss, a meaningful glance, a middle of the day sexy text or call are all things that can be done and not cost anything.

      I don’t think it’s possible to do the wine, flowers kinda thing daily but I don’t think you need to do that to keep the romance alive either.




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      Princessleah wrote Oct 14, 2010
    • I think, not romance, but the intimacy that’s important. The respect for each other is important. Intimacy like hugging, touching, smiling at each other and not necessarily the sex part. Romance is for teenagers, roses and candy is good when you‘re going out, but when you live together, roses don’t cut it. It’s more the day to day relationship you have with each other, the mutual respect for each other. I don’t see anything romantic in a couple yelling and cursing at each other and disrespecting each other then the guy gives her flowers and all is supposed to be forgotten. Too much drama, too much fluff, I don’t buy it.




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