Couples quarantine: 4 tips for leaving home with a stronger relationship than when we entered it
Top 5 facts about Couples quarantine: 4 tips for leaving home with a stronger relationship than when we entered it
1. Couples quarantine provides an opportunity for couples to reconnect and strengthen their relationship in a safe and secure environment.
2. Couples can use this time to learn more about each other, communicate better, and build trust.
3. Couples can engage in activities together such as cooking, exercising, watching movies, and playing board games.
4. Couples should set boundaries and create a plan for how to handle any potential disagreements that may arise.
5. Couples should practice self-care and make sure to take breaks from each other to recharge and stay healthy mentally and physically.
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Quarantine as a couple will change your relationship. It can do so for good or bad, and it depends (in part) on you.
That’s right, because given the long home routine, partners can use the time together to breathe new life into the couple.
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First you have to ask yourself questions: what are your new rhythms? Are you working from home or not? What are the times you can share?
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It will therefore be important to carve out ad hoc spaces to share quality time that can bring you even closer together.
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Otherwise, here’s how to awaken the couple during this isolation to leave home with a stronger and more beautiful relationship than you had when you entered it.
Play to improve couple’s affinity
Play can awaken couple’s fun.
Laughter, challenge, competition in short some healthy movement that can put energy back into the game.
The best couple fun is one-on-one challenges such as cards or classic box games, but video games are also fine.
If you want to make it even more engaging, throw in a prize if you win.
Baking together will unite you
Many are baking any kind of cake, dessert, pasta or main course but few experience it as a way to share a moment together.
Cooking together, sharing tasks, can become a lot of fun.
Experiment with new tastes and recipes, do it while playing.
A kitchen fight over flour and cocoa can become very fun and sexy!
Do the cleaning together
How can house cleaning awaken the couple?
Simple, by cleaning the rooms at the same time and taking everything as a game and not as a duty.
First step: turn on the music.
Second step: take the broom, mop or detergent as your best friends.
Sing from room to room, take breaks where you take your he to dance, in short have fun.
N.B. If you are tired don’t mind interrupting, you will do the rest of the house (together) another day.
The result will be very rewarding: everyone will have done his or her part, no one will feel overburdened by the task, and you will also have had fun.
Hobbies, recreation and common interests to share
You have always been caught up in your daily commitments, work, the gym, friends, and only now do you notice that there is someone familiar hanging around the house.
If you’ve never sat down to talk about what you like, now is the time to do it.
Make room for TV series to watch together, travel plans you will make, plans regarding your future, movies to comment on.
In short, give space for creativity as a couple and you will come out reinvigorated.
This article discusses how couples can use quarantine to strengthen their relationship by taking the time to discuss their interests, playing games together, baking, and cleaning together. It also provides tips on how to keep calm if a wedding is planned in the near future and how to determine if the relationship is in crisis or if it is just tension due to the situation.
Carve out ad hoc spaces to share quality time, play to improve couple’s affinity, bake together, do house cleaning together, and share hobbies, recreation, and common interests.
Written by Eloise Bouton. Website – https://eloisebouton.org/.