If you’re married, you probably say, “I love you” at least once a day. If you don’t, you’re probably in trouble.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) April 12, 2012
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In their latest blog post, Ed and Cathy Lorient discuss ways to rekindle a romance. The new blog post is titled, “Rekindle Your Romance with 4 Little Words.”
The blog post can be accessed here:
Ed and Cathy start by explaining the possible over-use of the word “I love you.”
“Because we use those three little words so casually, they’ve lost much of their impact. They can be interpreted as an afterthought or automatic response,” they say.
They then link their readers to an interesting list of "150 Reasons Why I Love You," an article which was created by a husband with a very loved wife.
Taking inspiration from this article, Ed and Cathy then introduce readers to something new that they have been trying in their own marriage.
They suggest that, for the next few weeks, their readers should refrain from using the three word phrase "I love you" and instead try using four words and saying "I love you because."
“We did it for several weeks and not only saw a real improvement in our romantic life but had a blast doing it,” Ed and Cathy add.
They make it clear to their readers that reasons given for loving the other person can be serious as well as fun, light and humorous. They suggest that anything can be said, as long as it is true.
“The point is that we all need to hear WHY we’re loved by our spouses. We need to know that the things we do, the people we are and the traits we possess are acknowledged and needed and appreciated by our partners,” they say.
They conclude the blog post by once again suggesting that their readers try the new four word "I love you" phrase.
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