Connecting with your spouse happens on many levels.


You may connect through conversation you have together, touches that you share, visually looking at each other, and/or writing your emotions to your spouse.

Each of these bring you intimately closer.

How you go about connecting with each other can be through many different mediums.

Today we can stay connected to our spouse by texting/sexting, email, chat, Skype, phone calls, snail mail, Twitter, Facebook, and more.

Staying Connected

When Alisa and I first meet there were three ways that we stayed connected, phone calls, snail mail, and email. That was it! I know we are dating ourselves, but in 1994 when we fell in love that’s what we had at our fingertips. After 16 years we still remember those long nights talking on the phone and those huge long distance bills, ugh.

Letters that we wrote to each other would arrive in the mail and our hearts beat with anticipation. We got to experience email in the early days. It was exciting to use this new way to connect and yet on a dial up it was slow and was only checked on a weekly basis.

As the years have passed we’ve used chat, texting/sexting, social media, and other means to keep connected with each other. Even with all these great ways to connect we found we haven’t stuck with any of these because we had to check many different sites.

What it has come down to is that you have lots on your plate and to check each of these platforms to connect with your spouse can get daunting. You want to have everything in one place so that you and your lover can continue conversations and be able to follow along.

We get it because that is what we have been looking for. We want a way that we can keep our conversation going in one place instead of having to go to 5 different places.

Just the Two of You

Luckily for us and for you, a good friend of ours shared Couple with us.

Pair is an app for both the iPhone and Android for just the two of you. Texting, sketching, video, voice, thumbkissing (love this) and much more. It’s a platform that allows just the two of you to have a continuous conversation in many different ways.

Now you can connect with your lover in many different ways and it’s all in one place for an intimate experience for only the two of you.

You can:

  • Take a picture of yourself and put a smile on your lovers face.
  • Shot a video as you let your spouse know how much they mean to you.
  • Send an audio clip saying “I love you.”
  • Sketch a message that only the two of you understand.
  • Click the “Thinking of you…” cloud for a quick connection.
  • Thumbkiss when your not together, but still want that physical connection. Touch your screen and it will vibrate when your spouse touches it too.
  • Share your location will let your lover know where that picture, video, or audio clip was done.
  • Live sketch to your hearts intent and come up with a masterpiece.

In addition to these fun ways to stay connected you can add important dates, have a to-do list of fun things the two of you want to do together, and other special features for both of you. Grab Couple and experience a new and different way to stay connected and grow your marriage.

If you’re looking for a step-by-step plan to connect emotionally and physically in just 7 days be sure to check out our Love at the Next Level 3 CD audio program to get started.


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