The pair now goes to bed at the same time, which allows for more private time together, and each tries to give affirmations more openly.
Jon Nestlerode also has made a real effort to help around the house.
You're both different people than you were back then, emotionally, physically. Try to get real about what you both really want and be sure to talk about it together.
Also, start dating again. Making special time to reignite your emotional intimacy can get the sparks flying. Take a cooking class together, find a new interest that you can share that requires couple time so you can reconnect.
Plus, put sex on the schedule. When you've had the talk and have come to an agreement about what you both hope for from your sex life, make time for it.
It doesn't always have to be sex, but it should be time to be intimate together. It can be just private, alone time together.
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