Dating your wife
If you're like many married couples, you've gotten caught up in the routine of jobs, parenting, church, and other commitments.
And many of those couples are so busy they don't take time to nurture the foundation of their family - their marriage and their relationship with each other.
But when that marriage foundation begins to crumble, everything else will come down with it.
And that's why we want to coach you on to nurture that relationship - and one of the great ways to do that is by dating your mate.
When you were single, dating was a time to get away alone, to talk, laugh, and have fun together.
You took time to learn more about each other, about your past and your dreams for the future.
But here's the deal: Now that you're married, you need to do the same thing! And that's why dating shouldn't stop with marriage. It means you're going to have to make your marriage and your spouse a priority.
You need to give your spouse priority access to your time - instead of just the leftovers.Priority time for your spouse means occasional date nights and getaway weekends.These type of events need to be planned ahead of time, of course, because if you wait until the last minute, you may have trouble fitting them into your busy life.But priority time means smaller time slots each day, such as having dinner together, taking a brief walk, spending time talking, playing a game, or watching a favorite program together.If you and your spouse haven't really "dated" for awhile, and you're not sure where to start, just start simple.