Changing the SEO of Dating

Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue
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After dating a person for a while, things may become routine, and in some cases, the monotony can affect the relationship. However, with a little spontaneity and a few changes, you may be able to overcome the obstacle of uneventfulness and reconnect with your partner. Here are a few changes that might help.

1. Set a date night.

This may not be an easy thing to do if you both have busy schedules, but think back to when you were dating. You made it work then. Setting time aside to reconnect is important. This gives the two of you time to communicate and explore your emotions for each other. This can be as simple as a dinner and a movie, or you could go all out and plan an activity for the two of you to share. Every relationship is different, so do what feels comfortable to you.

2. Take on the chores.

Though this may not seem like a romantic suggestion, it really is. Most people are overwhelmed by their busy schedules, and finding time to feel intimate through the stressful times can be difficult. Therefore, stepping up and doing the chores that your other half does most of the time can help him or her feel more peaceful, and it might ease their mind enough so they have more time to focus on you.

3. Find an activity that you both love.

People seem to feel more accomplished in their day when they are doing something productive, so by finding an activity that you both love, not only will you feel more fulfilled, but you may also find that the two of you have a connection that you didn't know about.

4. Don't put too much pressure on intimacy.

By letting things flow naturally, the moment in which the two of you connect will feel more magical. Pressure tends to make what could have been a wonderful ending to a night a disappointment, so be patient with your partner and let things happen in their own time.

These simple steps may sound easy, but it is surprising how often they are overlooked. By making small changes to your schedule and setting time aside for just the two of you, the dynamic of your relationship can change greatly.

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Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue writes lifestyle articles.

Omaha, NE

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