Let’s talk about correcting the disconnection
How many times have you gone on dates with your partner?
What a year 2020 has been?
In this year, we have collectively witnessed major traumatic experiences. For instance, the COVID-19 pandemic which led to loss of family members, friends and well-wishers; loss of jobs, particularly in Nigeria, the #EndSars protests and painful murder of the protesters, the unending ASUU strike and many others.
The foregoing have disconnected so many connections. Most workers now complete their tasks remotely and many relationships have transformed into E-relationship. For those who’s anthem is “out of sight is out of mind“, It means that the relationSHIP is sailing on a troubled sea.
How do you revive and spice up your relationship with your partner?
Honestly, physical outings and dates remains the surest way! especially for this “Soro soke” generation. Date in this context means the specific day or time during which sweet conversations will take place.
How often should you go on dates with your partner?ALL THE TIME! Yes please.
Dates does not necessarily have to be the conventional dress up, restaurant and dinner thing. You know dates can be much more than sitting quietly in the cinema to see a movie.
Dates provide a platform to create memories that bring out the unknown attributes of the parties involved.
Citizens of Love Nation, set apart time everyday for your partner and rekindle the fire of love between each other. This is very important because everyone is going through one thing or the other.
When we do this, I believe that the mental health issues rising amongst our youths today will fall.
Do you need money for dates?
Oh yes. You do. “Wahala for who no get money”The good news is that you don’t need to tear pocket. Spend responsibily.
The most beautiful thing about dates is the memorable time spent together whilst sharing love, experiences and laughter.
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