How to Keep the Spark Alive in a Long-Term Relationship

long-term relationshipExperts in relationship and intimacy dynamics, Drs. Rob + Janelle Alex, Ph.D. are mentoring couples around the globe. As best selling authors, their newest releases are the Mission Date Night Adventure series. They also cohost the Mission Date Night podcast. Passionate about married dating, Secret Animal Powers, and Transcendent LovemakingTM Rob and Janelle are obliterating long-standing relationships myths. Following are loosely transcribed highlights of our radio interview, How to Keep the Spark Alive in a Long-Term Relationship. 

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Shocking News: Emojis Improve Your Sex Life

improve your sex lifeIn a recent study by Match.com, it was revealed that singles who used emojis in texting had more sex than those who did not. I’m not kidding. “54% of emoji users had sex in 2014 compared to 31% of singles who did not,” said Dr. Helen Fisher, a biological anthropologist at Rutgers University who helped lead the study. Emojis can improve your sex life?

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Keep Your Love Alive: 5 Tips for Revitalizing Your Relationship

revitalizing your relationshipIf you have been in a relationship for a while, you may feel like you are growing apart. The initial excitement and jitters from your first dates has faded a bit. But you can always get that excitement back. You just need to find the right opportunities to spend time together and grow closer together. Here are five ways for revitalizing your relationship and getting you out of your relationship rut.

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Flirting for Introverts: The “Flirt a Day Challenge”

flirting for introvertsI often write about the importance of getting out of your house and meeting potential dates out in the real world. In my last newsletter, I encouraged readers to make eye contact, smile, and say “hi” to men every day. This seemingly simple act is not as easy as it seems, especially for the introverts among us. According to Susan Cain, author of Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking, one out of every two or three people you know is an introvert. That includes me. I was always the introspective one, the one who shied away from the limelight, the one who whispered the funny lines under my breath while my loud-mouthed extroverted friends would repeat them and get all the credit. After my divorce, I decided that I’d played small long enough. I vowed to push out of my comfort zone on a regular basis. And flirting for introverts is way out of our comfort zone. 

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