Dating your husband again single dad and dating

For whatever reason you've found yourself falling out of love, here's how the experts suggest you find your way back in."Long-term couples don't touch enough," says Wendy Walsh, clinical psychologist and founder of Ask ALove Guru.com, a site that matches relationship therapists with potential clients.

"When we touch—especially skin-to-skin—we get a little rush of the brain chemicals that help trigger those loving feelings." Think about how often you and your partner actually share physical contact on a daily basis.

If it's just a quick peck on the lips before and after work, make an effort to step up your game, says Walsh.

She cites research showing that a 20-second hug can trigger a significant oxytocin release.

Although having a weekly date may seem like a no-brainer, many couples’ good intentions quickly get put off to some future time, when life is not so busy or there’s more money.

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