A-Z of Romance: J is for Just the Two of Us

No, not the Will Smith song.

Romance is all about spending quality time with each other, just the two of you. It is vital to any relationship that you are able to have moments where you are away from friends, families, and work. This can be difficult – especially when there are children involved – but you really should find the time. It doesn’t have to be an entire weekend, or even a whole day. Just a couple of hours here and there can be enough. A trip to the cinema, a meal out, a walk in the park, or even a few moments in the house when it’s empty, can help to cement any relationship.

I know I’ve said this before, but that’s how important it is. From a personal point of view, I don’t think my marriage would be as strong as it is if we weren’t able to get those few precious moments where nobody else is involved.

holding hands

A brief loving moment can bring happiness to an entire day

Being alone allows you time to discuss any issues that may be arising, or simply give you some time to tell, and show, each other how you feel. Remember the “I Love You” post? Here is the perfect moment to say those three words.

At the  beginning of a relationship, you can feel like you have all the time in the world – so many precious seconds that are ticking by, and you’re spending them together. But as the relationship develops, and other people start to become involved, being ‘just the two of you’ can be tricky – especially if you do bring children into the equation.

Married or not, children or not, however your relationship is, make sure you give yourself time together and away from the rest of the world.

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