Episode #244 – The 4 types of dates every couple needs with Cory Carlson
If you’re raising kids, life is always super busy. Between household chores, work, and parenting, finding time for your significant other can be incredibly challenging.
But if you don’t make time to connect, it’s all too easy to become roommates who just co-exist. You miss out on important moments and your connection can slowly slip away.
So how do you maintain a strong bond with your partner when life is pulling you in so many different directions?
Today’s guest, author Cory Carlson understands first hand the pressures working parents face. In this episode, he shares four types of dates that every couple should keep on their radar.
Tune in to learn how these ideas can connect with your spouse without spending a fortune or requiring a ton of advance planning even when life is crazy busy.
Show Highlights Include:
- How scheduling ”logistics dates” lets you turn boring planning into a fun shared activity (14:00)
- How to plan romantic dates ahead of time so they create anticipation (before your Friday turns into yet another movie night) (21:16)
- How to find little spontaneous activities with your spouse to re-calibrate your energies and connect deeper (28:06)
- The “conquer and divide” blueprint that could make or break any relationship (29:52)
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Great podcast. Enjoyed having a male perspective and the concrete 4 types of dates
Thanks for the note! I thought Cory was great – and his ideas were spot-on!