May 25, 2014

in the generous life

Busy work week? Do you and your husband run in all directions with little time during the week for each other?

Certainly take advantage of any small moments during the week, but be aware and use your days off as a time to connect with your man.

“Quality time” happens in surprising moments during “quantity time.” If you want to build intimacy of all kinds in your marriage, you have to spend time with each other. There really is no substitute.

Be intentional about couple time.

This is my beloved and this is my friend …   Song of Songs 5:16b  ESV


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Gaye @CalmHealthySexy May 27, 2014 at 2:40 pm

This is a good reminder. When our boys were little, a lot of people seemed to be talking and writing about spending “quality time” with your kids. But some of them seemed to assume that you could make quality time happen sort of magically, whenever you had a few moments to devote to it. I never bought into that. I’m convinced that quality time happens as an outgrowth of quantity time you spend with your kids. Same with your spouse; if the only time together during an entire week is a 2-hour movie or meal, the result is not likely to be quality time. Thanks Lori.


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