Honeymoon romance after the wedding usually vanishes from the relationship because of the problems and cares of the world. Couples end up going through withdrawals from planning and getting married. The honeymoon is over.
What happened to the honeymoon romance after the wedding?
Most relationships lack romance after the wedding because of frustrations of everyday living. You’re back from the honeymoon and back to the hustle and bustle of life. The job picks up where it left off. There is no end in sight for all the world has to throw at you.
As long as you keep romance in your relationship nothing else will matter. As you made your vows to support each other in good times and bad, you begin to realize how tough it is to keep your relationship fresh and romantic.
There’s not enough time in the day to accomplish all the goals you have. The job creates pressure; the car has problems; bills keep coming and the frustrations of life weigh heavily on the brain.
You realize you must go back to the basics of what brought the two of you together and that is love and romance. Jobs will breed frustration; bills will continue to accumulate; problems will arise on every front and if you’re not careful the problems of life will creep in and steal your romance after the wedding.
Don’t let it happen. Dance!
We witnessed the kind of intimate closeness that comes from ballroom dancing from the popular reality TV show, “Dancing with the Stars”. Dancing is the ultimate romance tool before during and after the wedding. It’s up to you to create the romance.
The show plainly illustrates how various ballroom dance moves really brought couples together again and again. Some couples should never have been paired up because of incompatibility but they learned to get along with each other for the sake of the competition.
You’re not starting with a disadvantage because of your history together as the romantic couple that got married. Learning to be partners again while holding and twirling each other should be a lot easier because you already love each other. Don’t wait until the world has brought your relationship to a grinding halt.
Get up and dance!
There will be tons of holding each other while ballroom dancing and a great way to get close. As you look at the component parts of ballroom dancing, it’s probably safe to say it was invented by a man as a way to get close to the ladies.
The history of ballroom and ballroom dance types were developed in England according to Wikipedia, and are regulated by the World Dance Council (WDC). In the United States, two additional variations are popular: American Smooth and American Rhythm.
Ballroom dancing should be an official metaphor for practicing to be romantic with your partner. All of the leading and following creates instant closeness. Learning to help each other align and balance your bodies is a recipe for developing good team work with each other.
A good dancer needs to practice, practice, practice and a good marriage needs the same; and you don’t have to be as mean as the judges on Dancing with the Stars to accomplish your goals.
Help each other. Love each other. Laugh with each and dance with each other because the world can beat you up. The two of you must always battle the world together and learn to create romance after the wedding.
Ballroom dancing is a good place to start.
5 Top Tips for creating romance after the wedding.
1. Realize the frustrations of jobs rob you of time and start scheduling time alone.
2. Realize bills can cause frustration and start budgeting.
3. Realize random problems will arise to help pull you apart and communicate with each other.
4. Go back to basics of what brought you together and keep bio;d.
5. Ballroom Dancing can be a great after the wedding romance tool.
When you see the problems of the world pulling you apart, stop and create some romance!