My husband and I have been together for many years and one way that we have used that time is find out what works for us and what doesn't. For example, one thing that we have found works for us is remembering the beginning of our love. Remembering the time before we both really knew how deep our love really was and how far it would take us.
We love talking about our first look at each other, our first touch, our first kiss, our first day as man and wife. We even talk about the trials and tribulations we have experienced in the past and how we overcame together. We do this because it's important to us both to remember how far we've come together and to remember the love and dedication that got us where we are today.
Three more reasons why we enjoy remembering the beginning:
It Helps Us Through The Difficult Times
(building a positive shell against hard times)
Over the last few years my husband and I have dealt with some tough financial setbacks that we were not prepared for. One of the contributors to helping us stay strong was remembering how we had overcome previous trials and tribulations together. It would remind us to have faith and to believe that a way would be made for us. It also reminded us that stressing about our situation was a waste of time because it never changed the outcome for the better but always made it worse.
It Makes For Warm And Intimate Moments
Remembering our first kiss, touch and other intimate moments is definitely one of my favorite roads down memory lane. It brings back the excitement and joy of the past and encourages hot and steamy moments in the present.
It Makes Us Appreciate Each Other More
When my husband and I stroll down memory lane it always reminds us that we have been together for a long, long time. We love the fact that not only through the good times, but also the bad, we have still managed to love each other with undeniable passion and devotion. We know that it wasn't easy to get were we are today and we appreciate each other for staying strong and committed in our marriage.
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