3 Special Ways to Make the Holidays Special for Your Marriage
Make the holidays special with your partner
The Christmas holidays are such a special time for so many people. During the holidays, so many people feel benevolent and generous. Many people are happier than they usually are. Good cheer is truly in the air. So make the holidays special with your partner as well.
As you and your family spread good cheer to those around you, it’s wise to make sure you and your spouse make special memories with one another. Your family is important, and you do want to make it a priority. However, you don’t want to neglect the special bond between you and your spouse.
Consider the following ways you can make the holidays special for your marriage.
1. Maintain or start a weekly date night.
If you don’t already do so, start a date night. You don’t have to do anything elaborate. However, allow this time to be a sacred space for you and your spouse to connect. You two can go see a holiday movie. You can dress up and go out to dinner. Listen to live music and go dancing. Order your favorite hot drink from the local coffee house, drive through the neighborhood and look at all of the holiday lights. There is an array of options.
2. Take holiday pictures.
Whether you hire a local photographer or go to the local department store, it’s nice to take pictures as a couple and as a family. Pick the perfect theme and have fun with it. Order adorable kids holiday shoes and fashionable outfits for everyone. Make sure everyone has fresh hairdos and glowing makeup. Have the vacation that is fit for a happy couple.
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3. Do a yearly marriage review.
Sit down with your spouse to talk about the previous year. You can discuss the things that went well and what didn’t go so well. Have an honest conversation about your goals, hopes, and dreams as individuals, as a couple, and as a family. This can be an opportunity for you to become closer as a couple.
Set Some Rules
Because it’s a conversation that can easily go south, it’s important to instill some ground rules. You want to maintain a strong sense of love, compassion, and support for whatever your other half is going to say. Once you continue this tradition as a couple, it’ll help you maintain a sense of togetherness and unity as well as strengthen your marriage.