Do You Really Like Your Significant Other
During a recent interview with Quinton Duncan (see video below), I was asked how my husband and I kept our marriage strong. My answer was to just be friends and actually like each other. The lovey dovey phase in the beginning of any relationship is just that, a phase. That wears off over time and what do you have left? Do you really like your significant other? Can you really deal with the ups and downs, the flaws, the things that errk you with them for the rest of your life? These are important questions. What about finances, children, goals, and retirement? Things are not going to be perfect every single day, but it is the journey that matters. If you would not choose anyone else besides your significant other to navigate this thing called life with you, they are probably the one. Yes, they may get on your nerves from time to time, but I am sure you are getting on theirs just as much. A few months ago, I purchased this box of questions from a sponsored ad I saw on social media. It is called The And card game. You know me, always trying new things out. It is a box of questions that you would not necessarily think to ask your spouse. I was not expecting some of the questions that were asked, but let me tell you, Michael and I had some of the best conversations from them. It comes with a total of 199 questions, so you will not do them all at once. We bring out the box on date days or nights (perfect way of not looking at our phones and just enjoying each other’s company). Sometimes we bring it out during pillow talk after the boys are asleep. You decide when you want to do it. I think whoever created this is a genius because it is a way to bring you and your significant other together or create conversations that you would not necessarily have. Are you ready to take the challenge? Check out the website below.