[INFOGRAPH] HOW IMPORTANT IS ROMANCE?

“So it’s not gonna be easy. It’s going to be really hard; we’re gonna have to work at this everyday, but I want to do that because I want you. I want all of you, forever, everyday. You and me… everyday.” — The Notebook

ONE Extraordinary Marriage conducted an anonymous online survey to uncover what’s really going on in marriages. Here’s what we found.

What seems to come so naturally and be more potent than drugs while dating can become elusive as a couple spends years and decades together.

How Important is Romance (PDF version)

Romancing a wife probably means prioritizing her in her husband’s schedule or affirming her with verbal communication.

Romancing a husband overwhelmingly means pursuing him physically.

You can always come up with an excuse not to romance your spouse, and some barriers are definitely significant challenges you’ll have to work through, but we at ONE Extraordinary Marriage have lots of resources to help out.

  1. 10 Date Ideas You Should Do With Your Spouse
  2. Position Post Magazine
  3. 175 Date Night Ideas: The Ultimate Bucket List of Dates for Couples
  4. 15 Ways to Romance Your Spouse Over the Next 30 Days

For more insights and resources on romance, check out the show Keep The Romance Alive!

Watch the video below to rekindle the spark and restore the connection in your marriage today!

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