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Date Night


The first days and weeks of a new relationship are always exciting and adventurous. It's when you ask all those interesting questions about what makes your lover tick, their likes and dislikes, their hopes and dreams, and what turns them on. But once the thrill of dating is over, it's easy to slip into a familiar routine which becomes automatic, without any real consideration or feeling, and you can start to take each other for granted. Remember that you and your lover were initially attracted to each other by certain things - physical beauty, a great sense of humor, kindness, and probably a very powerful sexual attraction. You were something new to the other, and that made each of you irresistible. So if you found your lover sexy as hell, it stands to reason that others will, too. Just because you've been together a while, doesn't mean you're together forever, and if you don't make the effort to keep stimulating and discovering each other, you could lose yourselves to those who will.

You have to treat your lover like you could lose them at any time. The excitement you first felt when you were dating them, you have to keep that going. We are creatures of innumerable layers, but just because you think you've uncovered a few of those layers, in the time you've been dating, don't assume there aren't many, many more underneath.

Bring back date nights. Not just once a month, but every week. Alternate who's in charge of arrangements, but make sure it happens. Send each other sweet little notes, texts or emails in the lead-up to the date, so you can really step up the anticipation. It doesn't have to cost a lot of money, either. A candlelit dinner at home, taking time out to watch a movie together, even a date in a hot, steamy bubble bath. It's all about taking time for each other, even if it's just one or two hours. For couples with kids, it's vital to get a sitter or send them to a friend's for the night. This is 'you time', and it'll be impossible to make the most of that with your kids around. Remember what it was that first brought you together then, by rediscovering that, and finding out even more about each other, you're more likely to stay together.


Date nights aren't just about couples. It's important to make time for yourself, to recognize yourself as an individual, and indulge in the things that make you happy. Once a week, do something just for you, whether it's taking yourself to the cinema to watch a movie (plenty of people do this on their own), enjoying a gourmet picnic in the park (a great way to get people to notice you), or take in a show then treat yourself to dinner afterwards. Don't be afraid to do couple things on your own - restaurants, theaters, theme parks. At the very least, it'll get you noticed, and I've lost count of the number of guys who've come up to chat when they see me eating on my own. It's a great way to meet potential dates and, because there are always other people nearby, it's safe, too. Too many single people stick to going out with friends in a group, but it's much harder for someone to approach you when there are others around, so shed the safety net, and put yourself out there. You might be surprised.

- Sienna Sinclaire® - Naughty Lifestyle Guide - Los Angeles Dating & Sex Coach

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