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22-Feb-2019 06:34

This category is often the easiest one to miss as it is already part of our daily routine.

Highlighting it is as a means of showing affection – and having that recognized and appreciated by a partner can make a big difference to you both feeling cared for.

My husband and I get along really well, but recently we’ve felt we’re not really connecting like before.

We don’t have family to support us and are on limited means.

What would happen if you both gave in to your desire to sleep?

You mention not having family support but are you able to get help from friends?

I’d like to be able to feel closer but we’re both so busy I’m not sure where to start. Being busy, especially if you have a young family, means it’s inevitable you will feel distracted and disconnected.

Getting through the daily grind can result in overlooking how much you are achieving together.

As is actively listening to what your partner has to say.

You could do this verbally, and/or via email, text, letter, Facebook, or through sharing music, poems or phrases that reflect your feelings.

Like taking on tasks a partner may not want to do or sharing household chores.